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** SlutShaming: Downplayed, but Che definitely has fun mocking Eva’s love life throughout the film and the original stage production in his narration.

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** * SlutShaming: Downplayed, but Che definitely has fun mocking Eva’s love life throughout the film and the original stage production in his narration.


+l* DarkerAndEdgier: The 1996 film adaptation removes some of the comical and ironic elements of the stage production, treating the story as a more serious historical biopic. This has carried over to subsequent revivals.

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+l* * DarkerAndEdgier: The 1996 film adaptation removes some of the comical and ironic elements of the stage production, treating the story as a more serious straightforward historical biopic. This has carried over to subsequent revivals.

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** SlutShaming: Downplayed, but Che definitely has fun mocking Eva’s love life throughout the film and the original stage production in his narration.
** Contrasting Che’s more subtle jabs, there is a whole song dedicated to this trope, performed by the Argentine military and the upper class, “Perón’s Latest Flame.”


+l* DarkerAndEdgier: The 1996 film adaptation removes some of the comical and ironic elements of the stage production, treating the story as a more serious historical biopic. This has carried over to subsequent revivals.



** SlutShaming: Downplayed, but Che definitely has fun mocking Eva’s love life throughout the film and the original stage production.


* GhostSong: "Lament" in some productions (though not in the film).

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* GhostSong: "Lament" in the original concept album and some productions (though stage productions, though not in the film).film and the original London and Broadway productions, where Eva sings it on her deathbed.


* DoubleStandard: Magaldi is portrayed as an unwitting victim, seduced and duped by the scheming Eva into taking her with him to Buenos Aires, but the show never points out that Eva is only ''fifteen'' at that time and Magaldi is a 38 year old man.

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* DoubleStandard: Magaldi is portrayed as an unwitting victim, seduced and duped by the scheming Eva into taking her with him to Buenos Aires, but the show never points out that Eva is only ''fifteen'' at during that time and Magaldi is a 38 36 year old man.

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* DoubleStandard: Magaldi is portrayed as an unwitting victim, seduced and duped by the scheming Eva into taking her with him to Buenos Aires, but the show never points out that Eva is only ''fifteen'' at that time and Magaldi is a 38 year old man.


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** SlutShaming: Downplayed, but Che definitely has fun mocking Eva’s love life throughout the film and the original stage production.

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* MakeoverFairy: The stylists who accompany Eva on her Rainbow Tour.

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* HundredPercentAdorationRating: Eva has this among the people of Argentina.


* AntiLoveSong: “Goodbye and Thank You” makes clear that Evita views relationships as mutually exploitative, so you should get as much out of them while you can. The movie also includes a mock LostLoveMontage.

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* AntiLoveSong: “Goodbye “Goodnight and Thank You” makes clear that Evita views relationships as mutually exploitative, so you should get as much out of them while you can. The movie also includes a mock LostLoveMontage.


-->'''Eva:''' Hello and goodbye. I've just unemployed you. [[{{Squick}} You can go back to school]].



-->'''Eva:''' Hello and goodbye. I've just unemployed you. [[Squick You can go back to school]].


* Ephebophile: Juan Peron, who, after meeting Eva, takes her home, where his teenaged mistress awaits.[[note]]Seemingly TruthInTelevision; one of the factors contributing to Peron's eventual removal from power was a rumour that his post-Eva mistress was only 13, something he never denied.[[/note]]

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* Ephebophile: {{Ephebophile}}: Juan Peron, who, after meeting Eva, takes her home, where his teenaged mistress awaits.[[note]]Seemingly TruthInTelevision; one of the factors contributing to Peron's eventual removal from power was a rumour that his post-Eva mistress was only 13, something he never denied.[[/note]]



-->'''Eva:''' Hello and goodbye. I've just unemployed you. You can go back to school.

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-->'''Eva:''' Hello and goodbye. I've just unemployed you. [[Squick You can go back to school.school]].

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* Ephebophile: Juan Peron, who, after meeting Eva, takes her home, where his teenaged mistress awaits.[[note]]Seemingly TruthInTelevision; one of the factors contributing to Peron's eventual removal from power was a rumour that his post-Eva mistress was only 13, something he never denied.[[/note]]
** Magaldi also qualifies, having had a fling with Eva when she was 15.
-->'''Eva:''' Hello and goodbye. I've just unemployed you. You can go back to school.


* DownerEnding: Eva dies of uterine cancer, her husband gets ousted out of office, and the new regime abducts and hides her embalmed body for seventeen years.

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* DownerEnding: Eva dies of uterine cervical cancer, her husband gets ousted out of office, and the new regime abducts and hides her embalmed body for seventeen years.


* DownerEnding: Eva dies of uterine cancer, her husband gets ousted out of office, and the new regime abducts and hides her embalmed body for seventeen year.

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* DownerEnding: Eva dies of uterine cancer, her husband gets ousted out of office, and the new regime abducts and hides her embalmed body for seventeen year.years.

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