In the last article, I looked at the relationship with Sami culture from the daily details of "Frozen 2". In the next article, let's think about aboriginal culture from "exploring the unknown". Feng Ling: Who is facing the unknown wind? The theme song for Frozen 2 is called "Into the Unknown" ( Amas Mu Vuordá in Northern Sami ). So, who is facing what unknowns? The first is Elsa facing an unknown past. Is it because this storyline is empathetic, coupled with the lingering and lingering theme song, that it resonates widely?
The tune can always accompany the character transformation of the story and make the audience feel the same. For example, in "Frozen 1", the well-known "Let it go" foils Queen Elsa's heart "going out", but instead creates a miracle of redemption for herself, which is photo color correction services so commendable. And "Into the Unknown" is Elsa's heroic journey : facing the adventure, first hesitating and refusing to call, then bravely crossing the threshold, and finally embarking on the road of trials.
The second is that Disney is also exploring the unknown. "Frozen 2" is unprecedented. Disney not only signed a contract with the Sami Parliament and released the North Sami language version (Jikŋon 2), not only with the blessing of North Sami singers and voice actors , but more importantly, through the North Sami language version "Frozen 2" stabilizes the cultural identity of northern Sami children. The third one is to describe in contemporary society.