I love this scene because so often the only “strong women” we get are fully formed when we meet them- they seem to be born with an innate confidence and ability to command respect and give orders. In this scene with Anna, however, we get a young woman who knows what she needs in order to accomplish her goal (going to talk to her sister on the North Mountain) but she has to drum up the courage to ask help from Kristoff. Even after asking for help, she stops herself, sets her shoulders, and tells Kristoff he is going to take her. The writers and animators deliberately show her /working/ to exhibit the confidence needed to issue an order and know it will be followed, a skill she will need in her life as a member of a royal family. This is so so so important because it shows young girls that confidence and the ability to lead are not always innate and they have to be developed, and sometimes you have to literalky fake it ‘til you make it.
but harrypotter!au Anna talking to the pictures on the walls and them talking back. And one of the paintings also having a portrait in Elsa's room and telling anna how Elsa is doing And doing the same for Elsa And Elsa talking to her parents portrait