In this paper, we propose a globally successful animation rhythm type. Based on the study of spatial variables in Campbell's heroic narrative and the study on the duration of shots in the video, the rhythm of the shot according to the spatial narrative of <Frozen(2013)> was analyzed. Through this, three conclusions were drawn. First, the basis for the visualization of narrative intensity is possible through the shot density of <Frozen> narrative, Second, a shot rhythm type was presented, which was presented as an ascending type, a descending type, a mountain type, a depressed type, and a complex type, and the characteristics of the narrative were analyzed. Third, the strength of the shot rhythm shown in the hero narrative spatial map model was divided into top, middle, and bottom, and the measurement criteria of narrative strength were presented. This study is meaningful in that it visualized and typified artistic emotions as objective data in the flow of animation content focused on philosophical and qualitative methods.