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Title: Totalitarianism Concept In The Lego Movie (2014)
Authors: Fajar Nurrahman
Advisors: Pita Merdeka
Keywords: Totalitarianism;Film;Lego The Movie
Issue Date: 17-May-2019
Publisher: Fakultas Adab dan Humaniora UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta
Abstract: This thesis examines the character and totalitarian of The Lego Movie (2014) film, directed by Phill Lord and Christopher Miller and produced by Dan Lin and Roy Lee. The purpose and significance of this research are to understand, analyze and explain the characterization and the totalitarianism concept in the film. Using qualitative and descriptive analysis technique, this research explains the main antagonize character using characterization theory to reveal totalitarian concept. The findings of this research are the antagonist character has several traits or demeanor such as powerful, merciless, perfectionist, manipulative, superior, and insecure. These traits can support the idea of totalitarian ideology that brought by Lord Business character which is affect the policies such as political play on history, repressive action towards intellectuals, spiritualists, and artists, installing agencies and making alienation to its people, and guiding ideology through propaganda. However, at the end of the film, Lord Business character reject his totalitarian reign because the conviction by the protagonist, Emmet. The conclusion of this thesis are after analyzing the character, the character then analyzed by concept of totalitarianism which it can be concluded that Lord Business having totalitarianism ideology through his reign, although in the end of the movie he rejects the concept and therefore he has conducted an anti-totalitarian concept, the total opposite of his previous concept.
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