V for vendetta should have more stars it is a film about political oppression and fascistic regimes and the pressure those regimes put on marginalised, minority and otherwise undervalued groups it is a film about political oppression and fascistic regimes and the pressure those regimes put on marginalised, minority and otherwise undervalued. V for vendetta is a 2006 dystopian thriller film directed by james mcteigue and produced by joel silver and the wachowski brothers, who also wrote the screenplayit is an adaptation of the v for vendetta comic book by alan moore and david lloyd. V for vendetta plays at times like a clearinghouse of pop allusions and political commentary, including 1984, phantom of the opera, batman, a clockwork orange, lindsay anderson's 1968 if.
In v for vendetta, david lloyd alludes the norsefire fascist government to the nazi's government to convey the ironic perspectives of morality - it is only through irony that we are able to see through v's lens (from his perspective) of what and who is truly moral - the rise of both governments seem. The moral ambiguity of v and the simultaneous steps that are beyond that it is the person outside the social order that has the capability to teach v is fighting to change the circumstance of his country through violence as the government does not care for the basic freedom and protection of the people. This removes a hugge chunk of the moral ambiguity right there and makes the nature of the story much more of a classic good v evil piece this is something v for vendetta was never meant to be. Sympathy for the devil: the hero is a terrorist in v for vendetta margarita carretero-gonzález abstract: based on the comic book series published in the eighties, co- authored by alan moore and david lloyd, v for vendetta did not go unnoticed when it was released on spring 2006.
Evey then takes on the mantle of v film adaptationmain article: v for vendetta (film)the 2006 film adaptation of the graphic novel starred hugo weaving as vin the film, v is a freedom fighter rather than an anarchist terrorist. Since the graphic novel came out in the 80s, and is pretty dated imo, i'll base this tl on the movie instead so, the norsefire party rises to power by using biological weapons on england, and so on. V for vendetta is a film that has managed to grow more poignant over time, rather than less, much of the moral ambiguity inherent in the original version was stripped away, but a great deal of. Through his graphic novel, v for vendetta, alan moore provokes his readers to analyze both fascism and anarchism in order to determine their ideal societythrough specific attention to detail, moore shares a narrative, which focuses on his main character, v, prompting the reader to question v's morality.
V is the main protagonist from v for vendetta and the deuteragonist of the movie of the same name he is a terrorist and freedom fighter from a dystopian future battling against a corrupt fascist regime in england known as the norsefire party. Films v for vendetta floris van den berg watches the open society and its enemies, the movie beginning with the suppression of reason and truth, we must end with the most brutal and violent destruction of all that is human. If you like v for vendetta you are looking for futuristic, stylized and serious movies about / with revolution, fascism, vengeance, vigilantism, freedom, torture and rebellion themes of action, drama and sci-fi genre shot in usa or uk. V for vendetta research bibliography (essay below annotated bibliography) my topic is the differences between the original comic/1988 graphic novel adaptation of v for vendetta by alan moore and david lloyd, and the 2005/2006 film adaptation of v for vendetta directed by james mcteigue and written by the wachowski brothers. The supporting characters of v for vendetta closely follow the gender roles assigned to them one of the first scenes presented to the audience is a case of gender violence evey is harassed by a group of male officials that threaten, you'll do anything we want and then we'll kill you (11.
A large part of v for vendetta's success was moore's use of ambiguity, particularly that of the protagonist v while readers are given minute pieces of who v is, his identity is projected and accepted not as his past, his life, his feelings, and whatever else makes up a person, but as an idea. Evey hammond is 16 years old at the beginning of v for vendetta, when she's saved by v and taken to his underground lair to be his student and assistant initially, evey finds v charming, and is highly grateful to him for saving her life. V for vendetta march 8th 2012 locke's theory was that man is by nature a social animal in the state of nature men mostly kept their promises and honoured their obligations, and though insecure, it was mostly peaceful, good and pleasant.
The overall moral i have drawn about the actions of a strong leader in v for vendetta is that violent actions are needed, and this is morally just if they lead to a better outcome for the majority of the people. V for vendetta is a 2006 dystopian political thriller film directed by james mcteigue and written by the wachowski brothers, based on the 1988 vertigo comics limited series of the same name by alan moore and david lloyd. V for vendetta discussion in 'political debates' started by nehustan, mar 11, 2006 top posters what i like about the movie is its moral ambiguity.