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How Frozen II Approached Depression

The Disney animated film went a step further with their sequel, and dared to dive into the unknown.

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I went to watch Frozen II in the cinema with my cousin’s daughters, both were under the age of five. I was happy to go along as I love the cinema and musicals. But what I didn’t expect is that I would adore the film and be listening to the…

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Fleurine Tideman

Fleurine Tideman

Just another millennial content writer who thinks they have something to say. Mail: info@byfleurine.com | Twitter: @ByFleurine| Blog: Symptomsofliving.com

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