Inventing Anna: The Real Story of Anna Delvey’s Parents
The Netflix documentary “Inventing Anna” takes a look at the life of a fictitious socialite who defrauded the New York elite by pretending to be a wealthy German heiress. Her parents were modest in comparison, though they did own a small convenience store. Her father, Edward Shay, worked as a truck driver and opened a heating and air conditioning company. While it seems odd that a man who was involved in a business that made America safer has been implicated in the scandal, it makes sense that the real story of Anna Delvey’s parents is far from her own.
Anna’s relationship with her parents is complicated. Both Anna and Elsa have very different personalities. Anna is outgoing and confident, while Elsa is anxious and traumatized. Elsa fears for Anna’s safety and is apprehensive about her magical ice powers. Elsa also shows her growing disdain for herself and her parents. As a result, she becomes suspicious of everyone.
In the second movie Anna plays the role of the queen of Arendelle. King Hans and Queen Elsa are her parents and the rulers in the kingdom of Arendelle. Agnarr is a former member of the Northuldra and former queen of Arendelle. The two children are brought up by their parents and learn about their family heritage in the film. Their parents’ relationship has an emotional and psychological component, but the plot of the movie is focused on Anna’s re-emergence as the new queen of Arendelle.
Anna is the youngest child in the royal family of Arendelle. She and her sister Elsa have become best friends. But Elsa accidentally knocks Anna unconscious with her magic. King and queen rush Anna to the mountain-trolls, who help Anna recover her memory of Elsa’s magic. Ultimately, Anna leaves Hans in charge of Arendelle until she and her sister return.
There are many contradictory information about the story of Anna’s parents and Elsa. Anna and Elsa were just toddlers when their parents abandoned them at sea. Their parents fled when they were children and promised to return within two weeks. Their ship eventually sank in North Atlantic. It was supposed to have been going to Ahtohallan’s magical glacier. The movie didn’t reveal the exact location of their deaths.
There are many flaws in the film. The original story presented a problem with character issues that would continue for a long time. The filmmakers decided to portray Anna (and Elsa) as sisters. This solution was praised by critics for its personality, Bell’s performance, and Bell’s performance. The film also deals with the ambiguity of the characters. However, Anna and Elsa are still considered an excellent couple. It’s a great movie and one you should see in the cinema.
Anna and Elsa’s first episode follows their escape from the frozen Kingdom. Since their daughter’s birth, the parents had been divorced. The father was John II and the mother Georgiana M. Anna’s brothers Stephen C. and Cary M. survived the tragedy. Agnarr, Pabbie and Pabbie traveled to the mainland to attend Anna’s funeral after the film ended. Donations and memorials to the Midland Liver Transplant Support Group and Hospice of Midland are encouraged.