"...or have you forgotten who really defeated the White Witch, Peter?"
Did Georgie Henley, when she said the above quote, know how it represents her as the childlike (in a good way) and undoubting Christian, who always trusts that God has a plan?
Did Skandar Keynes understand what he was representing when he betrayed his family and the Narnians for Turkish delight? And that he represented the sheep welcomed back into the fold when he came back?
Do any of them understand who Aslan represents? Did either Anna Popplewell or Georgie Henley understand what the significance was in Aslan's giving his life to save Edmund's?
I hope that they do. It just makes the movies so much more meaningful.
How strange it is to think that people who can play such allegorically spiritual roles might possibly not even know what they mean!