Adaptation of Narrative Elements Novel to Film Surga Yang Tak Dirindukan
Doni Subrata, Prof. Dr. Suminto A. Sayuti

Adaptation from novel Surga yang Tak Dirindukan by Asma Nadia to film Surga yang Tak Dirindukan directed by Kuntz Agus raises differences in the narrative elements of the story. The differences that arise are based on two main factors, namely changes in media and religious values in the story. The difference in the narrative elements from novel to film Surga yang Tak Dirindukan includes three narrative elements, plot, figure, and setting. The groove element changes from the mixed groove to a progressive groove. Elements of the figure changed from 29 figures to 32 figures. The setting element changes from prioritizing the setting of the novel to prioritizing the time setting of the film. The difference behind the process of adaptation from novel to film Surga yang Tak Dirindukan was influenced by the different media used and the factors of religious values contained in the story. Media changes occur from textual media to audio visual media. Changes in religious values from describing how to behave to the presentation of the Islamic view of polygamy.

Full Text: PDF      DOI: 10.15640/ijll.v6n2a14