• Mother
  • Florence + The Machine
  • How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful (Deluxe)

Florence + the Machine  |  Mother  |  How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful

How I long for the autumn
The sun keeps burning deep
Every stone in this city keeps reminding me
Can you protect me from what I want?
The love I let in, it left me so lost 

Forgive me, Mother, for I have sinned – I have sped up and illegally uploaded this most beautiful of all songs ever written.

“Hang in there.”

Okay, first of all let’s get over the fact that it looks like the hat is dissapearing and Kristoff keeps trying to put one on. Over it? Okay, now we can start.

First, can we please look at Kristoff’s eyes? He looks like he could burst into tears at any moment. He’s just so worried about her. He doesn’t want her to die. Especially in his arms. Imagine the girl you love dies in your arms. Because you couldn’t do anything else to save her. He doesn’t want her to die.

Second, look at his hand. It lingers. IT FREAKING LINGERS ON HER HEAD in a way to reassure her that everything is going to be alright. And maybe we should mention that as soon as he touches her, she opens her eyes slightly. This girl who is so weak find the force to open her eyes from only his touch.

Finally I just wanted to express how powerful this scene really is It looks like just Kristoff is giving her his hat because she’s cold. No. It’s not just that. Kristoff is not the kind of guy who wants to share things. From his reindeer to his sled, he doesn’t trust anyone enough to take care of any of his stuff. But here he is, giving Anna his hat which, judging from how worn out it looks, he has probably owned for a very long time. And he still does it. Why?

Because he would stop at nothing to see Anna warm again.