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Title: Self-esteem and self-actualization needs analysis of the main character in the hundred-foot journey film
Authors: Sulthan
Advisors: Arief Rahman Hakim
Keywords: Self-estem;Self-actualization;Linerarchy of meeds
Issue Date: 24-Aug-2016
Abstract: The Hundred-Foot Journey (2014) film directed by Lasse Hallstrom is the unit analysis of this research. This research analyzes the hierarchy of needs of the main character. The purpose of this research is to know and understand what the main character needs for his life and how he fulfills his needs based on the hierarchy of needs theory by Abraham H. Maslow. This research is also conducted to know the characteristic of the main character, which is conveyed in the film. The qualitative descriptive analysis method is used to reveal the findings. All data are collected from the dialogues and the pictures of the film. The result of this research shows that the main character can fulfill his needs. The main character Hassan is an Indian immigrant person who wants to become a great chef in Paris. In order to become the great chef, he must fulfill his unsatisfied needs, which is the self-esteem, and self-actualization needs. He fulfills his self-esteem needs by convincing Madame Mallory to recognize his skill in cooking. Then he fulfills the self-actualization needs by returning to his village where he uses his potential as an actualized person
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