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Title: Dreams and hallucinations analysis in a monster calls film
Authors: Bobi Maesya
Advisors: Elve Oktafiyani
Keywords: Psychoanalysis;Dream;Hallucination;Unconscious;Anxiety
Issue Date: 19-Dec-2018
Publisher: Jakarta: Fakultas Adab dan Humaniora UIN Syarif Hidayatullah
Abstract: This thesis aims to discuss the mental condition of the main character of A Monster Calls film through dreams and hallucinations. The method used in this thesis is a qualitative descriptive method. The first step is done by describing the data in the film such as describing the characterization of the main character and then analyzing the meaning behind the dreams and hallucinations experienced by the main character. The Interpretation of Dream Theory by Sigmund Freud is used to dismantle the meaning contained in Conor’s dreams and hallucinations. Dreams and hallucinations and the three stories in them are not meaningless but related to Conor’s mental condition. Overall, this analysis shows how destructive, depression, and anxiety conflicts that can be considered as analogies of Conor’s id showed the melancholia disorder experienced by Conor.
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