DYSTOPIAN FILM REPRESENTATION AND END TIMES PROJECTION FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF AS'ARIYAH AQIDAH
This study aims to analyze the representation of dystopian films and their projections towards the end of time based on the perspective of Yusuf Aqidah As'ariyah. The method used in this study is a qualitative method by using reference searches by analyzing research texts related to dystopian films and understanding of the aqidah as'ariyah about the projection of the end of time. The results of the search were analyzed based on the perspective of As'ariyah's aqidah regarding the main ideas specifically about the future and the end of time. The results of this study indicate that the representation of dystopian films often shows humans struggling to survive in a world full of chaos, but from the perspective of As'ariyah belief, humans must prepare themselves spiritually and do good deeds in order to get a good place in the afterlife.
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