Q:i feel like kristoff loves anna more than anna loves him, no?
It does come off that way doesn’t it? :)
It’s probably because they made Kristoff’s falling in love more apparent on purpose.
The audience still has to believe that the love between Hans and Anna is at least somewhat legit for the big reveal to have a greater effect.
So Anna’s feelings are waaay more subtle. There’s probably a lot more confusion on her part as well because she is convinced that Hans is her true love and yet, she’s starting to feel some uncertainties.
Basically, her head is telling her one thing, while her heart is telling her something else.
You notice small things that hint to her change in feelings. One of the more apparent ones was the hesitation in her voice and expression when Kristoff said they had to bring her back to Hans…
(In the books, it even more obvious, written like this; “..Hans? Right…. Hans.”)
It’s like she completely forgot she was engaged and after that realization, it’s almost like she doesn’t want to go back..
Personally, I don’t think Anna is even truly aware of her own feelings until the movie is nearly over. The moment that she becomes 110% sure is when he kisses her.
May I add something? I think you can tell how much Anna loves Kristoff (or at least cares for him very, very much) through little things she does throughout the movie.
Olaf says that true love is putting others’ needs before your own. Anna does this several times for Kristoff. She makes sure he’s okay after hitting his head (and yes, I realize this might just be her caring nature, but she really does seem genuinely worried, and if she didn’t care for him a lot, I don’t think she would’ve been so tender and concerned).
Secondly, when Kristoff is carrying her to the gates of the castle, she asks him if he’s going to be okay. At this part she’s literally freezing to death, can barely stand on her own,but she’s not concerned for herself at that moment. She’s not thinking of how cold she is, how much pain she must’ve been in, how scared she is about everything. No, she’s thinking about him. She’s worried about his well-being. (and then he tells her, “Don’t worry about me.” kls;dglsf;hjgldh) Basically, she’s putting his needs before her own.
And then we come to the ending. She’s literally dragging him down the street to his new sled and it’s so, so obvious how excited she is to show it to him. I mean, she blindfolded him so he’d be extra surprised.
This is the part that, to me, makes it clear how much she loves him. She’d gone through so much—trekking up a mountain in the cold to get to her sister and then being outright rejected by her after being so happy and sure that they could finally be together, being struck by Elsa and slowly freezing to death, finding out that the man she thought loved her really just wanted her sister’s throne, witnessing what could’ve been Elsa’s murder, sacrificing herself, and then actually turning completely into ice and dying.
BUT, even after all that, she still remembers the promise she made Kristoff. Do you know how easy it would’ve been to forget that? Technically, it wasn’t even really her fault in the first place that his old sled crashed. She gets him a new sled because she wants to. And not only that, but she makes sure he gets best one she can find, and includes everything he could possibly want (right down to the cup holder). She didn’t have to do that. She did it because she loves him that much. Kristoff even tried to turn it down at first, but she wouldn’t let him. His happiness is obviously a high priority to her.
True love is putting others’ needs before your own. And that’s exactly what Anna and Kristoff do for each other, even if they (specifically Anna) don’t realize it at the time. And it’s the main reason I love them so much as a couple.
Okay, I’m done now. I just wanted to point that out (: