After all these analyses about the Arendelle castle locations and the difficulty to find out missing details, don’t y’all think that it’s time for Disney Animation Studios to create a special animation for us fans? A drone flight above, around and thru Arendelle castle and the village?!
I want that. I need that!
I’m truly fascinated by the castle’s concept and architeture. It’s the first time i’ve seen this kind of dedication from Disney to work on a building. I’m really grateful and admire a lot the ppl who worked on bringing it to life and who also thought of giving us all the details pertaining its architetural design and building plant.
North side of the Arendelle castle during day and during night. With balcony expanding and ice decorations reducing during night.
First thing first, the willow tree riddle remains unresolved. No door. Even no willow tree :/
But yes, there’s a door behind the church. There it is :)
The area behind that door:
In the last screenshot of your post, the trees have already withered as that scene happens after Anna becomes queen and the weather is getting colder. Below’s a screenshot of the scene immediately before Elsa saves Arendelle. As you can see, the trees in the movie and in the Minecraft map kinda match.
Here’s a closer look to one of the fountains near the door. I assume they are fountains as there’s water inside them lol:
And this reminds me of Disney Frozen Adventure (official game app). In the game one of the playable areas is the Castle Garden. There are fountains in the Garden too. But the area behind that door you discussed about (’that area’) and the Castle Garden are not the same place: While that area is next to the waters, Castle Garden is enclosed by hedge and trees (and rocks indeed). And that area seems not to have any fountains near its door.
Wait, there is a willow tree???
In Elsa’s words: I’m sorry, I’m confused.
(Note: Ignore the swing design, shrub sculptures and flower colours. Those are of the player’s (i.e. my) choices.)
Feel free to further add anything :)
For those of you that celebrate today, and for those for whom Christmas is a spirit and not just a day, Merry Christmas!! 🎄🎁
The icy decorations on the Arendelle Castle should have melted when Elsa was dead, but they were still there in the flood scene. I think the writers/animators have forgotten about them… :/
And I think it only strenghtens our theory that one of the alternate endings had Elsa dead and Arendelle flooded.
As we can see here, they even rebuild the castle in a way to pay tribute to Elsa and their heritage, apparently.
Does anyone know whether there is a floor plan of Arendelle Castle, with the names of the rooms, or has anyone worked something like this out for himself? It’s pretty inconsistent what I’ve found so far, it almost seems like the castle is something like a “Harry Potter tent”, you never know how big it really is inside until you go inside.
I’m re-reading the Frozen screenplay again and…
We do not have the same definition of humble @ Jennifer Lee