When she is a mermaid, Ariel wears nothing but a seashell bra, which shows off a bit of her cleavage. This is the case for all mermaids featured in the film.
There is a scene where Ariel is given a bath. While no private parts are seen, it is clear she is fully nude.
In the “Part of Your World” scene, when Ariel sings “she’s got everything,” there is a close up of her belly button, played for attractiveness.
When Ariel is first given legs, she is clearly nude from the waist down. Her buttocks appear on camera for a split second.
After Flounder and Sebastian get the now-human Ariel to the surface, her buttocks are briefly visible again when she takes her first breath. Also later when Ariel tries to stand up in the shallow water, there’s a brief view of the side of her buttocks.
Ursula’s breasts often bounce. In one shot, she shakes them and the camera zooms in on them.
Ursula tells Ariel to use body language to attract her man, and dances sensually, by moving her hips. Before, she was using a sensual dance move when a woman moves their shoulders to move her breasts.
Ariel begins to transform into a sea polyp and her shell bra disappears. In one brief shot, her breasts are bare, with her arm covering her nipples. Her bra reappears once she transforms back into a human.
When Ursula turns into a human to seduce Prince Eric in one shot she rubs one of her breasts against his arm while cuddling him.
At Ursula and Eric’s wedding birds fly under Ursula’s dress making it fly up giving a split second view of her panties.

As Ariel’s been turned into a human, she’s naked in the waist down. Her butt appeared on camera for a split second.


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


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At the end of the story, the prince fell in love with the little mermaid, so they were happy together

In Andersen’s story, the prince falls in love with the woman who saved him in imagination So the little mermaid had to let go

The prince said that dance is language, but silence is better than any singing So the mermaid danced for him

The prince said, the voice that saved me is my lover So the mermaid told him in the voice her father gave her back

Those who love without self will not get love in the end

The little mermaid gave up her voice, her sea and her life for love

Then I think Andersen is right. She has lost herself. Except for the ethereal soul and life, she really can’t get her own prince

It’s better to be selfish Love, not much, is enough There is no cost of life in company

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