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A Mother’s Concern for Another

Have any of you ever taken a moment to notice how much is going on even in this brief scene?
This is just after Elsa accidentally reveals her magic to the people in the ballroom. She runs all the way outside, where the waiting people of Arendelle clap and cheer because they are happy to see her. However, through all of the cheering, Elsa remains scared and just keeps running…and then she comes upon this woman who asks her if she is all right.
What really gets my attention here is that the citizens are so busy wrapped up in cheering for their queen that they don’t notice how unhappy she looks. But then she stumbles upon this lady, and while the lady is happy like everyone else, she is the only one who senses that something is amiss with Elsa.
Not to mention the lady is a mother, so it is likely her motherly instinct sets in and she can’t help but show concern for Elsa.
And look carefully at Elsa: after being asked if she is all right, she honestly answers because she shakes her head slightly and even quietly answers “No.”
What is heartbreaking in this moment is not that Elsa is scared, but what is really going on with her when she reacts to the question. Since she sees that this woman is a mother, it gets to her because she misses her own mother (and father). In this short, quick scene, Elsa is briefly reduced to a child again and feels that, based on this new turn of events, she still needs a parent’s care and guidance to help her get through it.
But even after she runs away and believes everyone is against her, there still is one person she can count on: Anna.

I actually think about this particular scene pretty often.
This woman, a mother, not Elsa’s mother (yeah she’s dead but bear with me), noticed the queen was upset.
Then I think about the scene when Elsa is in her room with her parents, and Elsa is scared because her powers are growing.

Look at the queen. She looks terrified of her own daughter.
This woman was probably Elsa’s first time experiencing a mother’s comfort in YEARS.
This bothers me so much.
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highway-to-helsa:

hafanforever:


A Mother’s Concern for Another

Have any of you ever taken a moment to notice how much is going on even in this brief scene?
This is just after Elsa accidentally reveals her magic to the people in the ballroom. She runs all the way outside, where the waiting people of Arendelle clap and cheer because they are happy to see her. However, through all of the cheering, Elsa remains scared and just keeps running…and then she comes upon this woman who asks her if she is all right.
What really gets my attention here is that the citizens are so busy wrapped up in cheering for their queen that they don’t notice how unhappy she looks. But then she stumbles upon this lady, and while the lady is happy like everyone else, she is the only one who senses that something is amiss with Elsa.
Not to mention the lady is a mother, so it is likely her motherly instinct sets in and she can’t help but show concern for Elsa.
And look carefully at Elsa: after being asked if she is all right, she honestly answers because she shakes her head slightly and even quietly answers “No.”
What is heartbreaking in this moment is not that Elsa is scared, but what is really going on with her when she reacts to the question. Since she sees that this woman is a mother, it gets to her because she misses her own mother (and father). In this short, quick scene, Elsa is briefly reduced to a child again and feels that, based on this new turn of events, she still needs a parent’s care and guidance to help her get through it.
But even after she runs away and believes everyone is against her, there still is one person she can count on: Anna.

I actually think about this particular scene pretty often.
This woman, a mother, not Elsa’s mother (yeah she’s dead but bear with me), noticed the queen was upset.
Then I think about the scene when Elsa is in her room with her parents, and Elsa is scared because her powers are growing.

Look at the queen. She looks terrified of her own daughter.
This woman was probably Elsa’s first time experiencing a mother’s comfort in YEARS.
This bothers me so much.
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highway-to-helsa:

hafanforever:

A Mother’s Concern for Another

Have any of you ever taken a moment to notice how much is going on even in this brief scene?

This is just after Elsa accidentally reveals her magic to the people in the ballroom. She runs all the way outside, where the waiting people of Arendelle clap and cheer because they are happy to see her. However, through all of the cheering, Elsa remains scared and just keeps running…and then she comes upon this woman who asks her if she is all right.

What really gets my attention here is that the citizens are so busy wrapped up in cheering for their queen that they don’t notice how unhappy she looks. But then she stumbles upon this lady, and while the lady is happy like everyone else, she is the only one who senses that something is amiss with Elsa.

Not to mention the lady is a mother, so it is likely her motherly instinct sets in and she can’t help but show concern for Elsa.

And look carefully at Elsa: after being asked if she is all right, she honestly answers because she shakes her head slightly and even quietly answers “No.”

What is heartbreaking in this moment is not that Elsa is scared, but what is really going on with her when she reacts to the question. Since she sees that this woman is a mother, it gets to her because she misses her own mother (and father). In this short, quick scene, Elsa is briefly reduced to a child again and feels that, based on this new turn of events, she still needs a parent’s care and guidance to help her get through it.

But even after she runs away and believes everyone is against her, there still is one person she can count on: Anna.

I actually think about this particular scene pretty often.

This woman, a mother, not Elsa’s mother (yeah she’s dead but bear with me), noticed the queen was upset.

Then I think about the scene when Elsa is in her room with her parents, and Elsa is scared because her powers are growing.

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Look at the queen. She looks terrified of her own daughter.

This woman was probably Elsa’s first time experiencing a mother’s comfort in YEARS.

This bothers me so much.

artemisfowlstolemysoul:

Being a nice person is so fun

Waiter messes something up? You can see the relief on their faces when you don’t scream and swear at them about it

Extra tickets at an arcade/prize place? Watch a little kid’s face light up when you give them a bunch of tickets

There are too many assholes in this world. Be a nice person.