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|Title:||The representation of the story of Adam and Eve in the short music-film of Tropico (2012).|
|Authors:||Fekky Noviyanti Rifanni|
|Keywords:||Adam and Eve;representation|
|Publisher:||Fakultas Adab dan Humaniora|
|Abstract:||This research analyzes the story of Adam and Eve of the short music-film Tropico in 2012. This research aims to know about how the representation of Adam and Eve’s story in this short music-film of Tropico. This research use qualitative method and descriptive analysis technique to analyze the short musicfilm. This research also uses two theories, theory of representation by Stuart Hall and theory of poetry by Laurence Perrine, to analyze the data.Based on the research, the representation of Adam and Eve’s story depicts the phases of Adam and Eve’s life. The first phase is described through the lyric of “Body Electric” lyric. The first phase happens in Heaven where Adam and Eve have everything they need, and they are an angel. The second phase is the phase where Adam and Eve are no longer an angel, but as a normal human. They face a hard life and struggle to survive. It is described through the lyric of “Gods and Monsters”. The last is the phase of Adam and Eve who wish for redemption and try to be a better person. The last phase is described through the lyric of “Bel Air”.|
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