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Did anyone else notice this?
In the painting behind Elsa during For The First Time In Forever, there is a man seated close to the front row who looks an awful lot like a younger version of the Duke of Weselton. Which would make sense since he mentions that Arendelle is his closest trade partner. Judging from the timing and whatnot, he would probably be in his 40s in the painting, making him a long-time trader, maybe even before Elsa’s father was king. (Assuming that her father is being coronated in this painting and mot just holding the sceptre and orb for show ^^)
I’ve seen this movie far too many times, and that’s the first I picked up on it ^^
*GASP, falls down*
But they couldn’t make the women’s faces NOT identical.
"Makeup should enhance your natural beauty, not obscure it. Use subtle highlights to accent the ravenous hunger in your eyes and bring out the extraordinary size of your submandibular venom glands."
"Your daily positive affirmation: today I am thankful for being alive and blessed with rows upon rows of teeth that shear right through muscle and bone."
"Conceal your dark circles. Conceal your bright chevrons and your dusky stripes. The humans must not suspect what you are."
"New research shows that ideal femininity encompasses a lamia’s beauty, a cyclops’ strength, a hydra’s deadliness, a Fury’s heartlessness, a harpy’s swiftness, and a sphinx’s love of feasting on less intelligent creatures. Be a chimera that cannot be contained!"
"Aim to be described as "inexplicably eerie," "unsettlingly off," and "I’m not sure what she looks like, I could never keep my eyes on her face long enough to see."