"He’s very talented. He’s charming.He mirrors everyone. The original story had a lot to do with mirrors. He’s goofy with [Anna], he’s a little more bold and aggressive with the Duke, and then, with Elsa he’s a hero. What Hans is is a mirror, charming, but hollower, sociopathic. [Anna’s] so lonely, that it’s like she’s falling in love with her reflection in the pond. It’s important to note that in the original story the main “antagonist” was an evil mirror that froze people’s hearts"
Anna with the paintings- just think how much time Anna spent alone to master all the poses. I mean, she didn't just talk to the paintings, she had entire conversations and probably made skits and pretended she was the characters. She had so much time alone, no sister or parents to play with, she had nobody, which is probably why she said yes to Hans. Finally someone 'understood' and someone would be with her, to be with her forever. If that was me, I would have said yes too.
Anna and Elsa "Elsa? Please I know you’re in there, people are asking where you’ve been. They say ‘have courage,’ and I’m trying to, I’m right out here for you, just let me in, We only have each other, it’s just you and me, what are we gonna do? Do you want to build a snowman?"