TRAUMA ON THE MAIN CHARACTER IN GET OUT MOVIE BY JORDAN PEELE: PSYCHOLOGICAL APPROACH

Aan Gus'ap Setiawan, Dian Puspita

Abstract


This research studies trauma theory and its effect on the main character in Get out Movie by Jordan Peele (2017). This study uses a psychological approach to reveal the trauma experienced by the main character and its various effects based on psychological aspects and approaches. Furthermore, this research is descriptive and qualitative. The main character's trauma analysis in Get out Movie by Jordan Peele (2017) is critically described. The study results reveal that there is a strong trauma element in the Get Out movie that Chris Washington experiences as the main character. The author can explore the other side of Get out Movie by looking at another interesting aspect of Get Out Movie, namely the psychological trauma experienced by the main character.

 

Keywords: psychological approach, trauma, trauma theory.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.33365/llj.v3i1.1629

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