Japanese woman divorces husband after six years of marriage because he 'didn't like Frozen'
Frozen has dominated the Japanese box office for 12 consecutive weeks
Sometimes you need to let it go; or in this case, let him go.
A Japanese woman has asked her husband for a divorce after six years of marriage because he didn't like Disney's hit film "Frozen".
According to the website Kikonsha no Haka, which roughly translates to The Gravesite Of Married People, a site where unhappy spouses vent their anger, the 29-year woman developed a strange fascination with the animated film, Digital Spy reported.
After six years of marriage, trouble started when she convinced her 31-year old husband, a Danish literature graduate and property developer, to watch the film together hoping they would bond over Princess Elsa and Olaf, the snowman.
However, when asked about his thoughts, he replied: "It's an okay movie, I guess, but I didn't really care for it personally."
To which she furiously replied: "If you can't understand what makes this movie great, there's something wrong with you as a human being! I want a divorce!"
Frozen has surpassed ¥21.2 billion (approximately £126 million) at the Japanese box office, where it has been number one for 12 consecutive weeks, making it the third highest-grossing movie ever in the Japan's history.
Inspired by Hans Christian Anderson tale 'The Snow Queen', Frozen tells the story of princess Anna (voiced by Kristen Bell), who sets off on an epic journey.
Teaming up with a rugged mountain man Kristoff and his loyal reindeer Sven, they venture out to find Anna's sister Elsa, whose icy powers have accidentally trapped the kingdom of Arendell in an eternal winter.
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