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MPAA Rated PG for action/peril and some thematic elements

Sex & Nudity

  • Anna accidentally pulls up a clothes line instead of a line of flags in one scene, resulting in a pair of undergarments on the line momentarily being positioned in front of her where they would be worn.
  • Sven looks at his reflection in a shop window where a mannequin sporting a dress is displayed and his position makes it look like his reflection is wearing the dress.
  • The Northuldra recoil slightly on first seeing Olaf, to which he explains that he 'finds clothes restricting', meaning that he is effectively 'naked'. As he is a snowman, nothing is actually shown.

Violence & Gore

  • A battle is shown in a flashback. No blood or injury, but a character falls to his death.


Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Extreme weather causes some degree of panic among the townspeople as they are instructed to evacuate.


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Violence & Gore

  • King Runeard is revealed to have killed the Northuldra leader in cold blood while the latter was unarmed, 'stabbing him in the back' both literally and figuratively.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The scene when Olaf dies could be emotional
  • Olaf fades away into flurries. This scene and the sad song Anna sings is very emotional.
  • At one point Elsa freezes into an ice statue like Anna in the first movie. She is revived later.
  • To break a curse a dam must be destroyed, but if it is destroyed the flood/waves will destroy the city below. The dam gets destroyed but Elsa saves the city just in time.
  • Anna is nearly crushed by one of the rock monsters. Kristoff saves her at the last second.
  • Elsa breaks down in tears after discovering how their parents died, even feeling partly responsible for it due to them having been searching for answers about her powers.

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