revenge 101

I don’t know if people still think this, but Hans is not coming back for revenge in Frozen 2. And here is why.


Reality of facts:

- In Cinderella’s sequels, Lady Tremaine tries to take revenge on the step-daughter;

- In The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea, Morgana tries to avenge her sister Ursula;

- In Aladdin 2, Jafar tries to take revenge on the protagonists;

- In The Lion King 2: Simba’s Pride, Zira tries to avenge Scar, involving Kovu;

- In Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World, Ratcliffe tries to take revenge on Pocahontas;

- In 101 Dalmatians II: Patch’s London Adventure, Cruella de Vil tries to….. you know;

I’ve missed something???!!!!!

Really…… I think only that, if Hans will do the same thing…. You already know what I think….. Who thinks this is completly stupid…..

The main thing that makes me sure of my expectations for Hans, is that the directors left voluntarily a lot of shadows around Hans. Really, a villain that:

- doesn’t explain the reason why he wants to be king, without even a hint, even random, during his betrayal scene;

- shows a really interesting personality, with a lot of facets and complexity, but not completly shown to the public, and this fact is enhanced also by the symbolic act of taking off only one glove, a symbol of secrets and of hidden personalities (really, if the directors hadn’t wanted to make this movement, they could have let him remove both gloves);

- has a tragic past behind himself, revealed from who made the character;

- pratically isn’t this all kind of “serious villain” after all, paying for his crimes;

- is a character that has a particular considerations from the creators, in other cases, all of this mistery and these shadows. It’s clear that “the work isn’t finished”, and that something is behind the corner.