Analysis Of The Film V For Vendetta

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The film 'V for Vendetta ' composed by Alan Moore is based on a man who disguises himself with a mask and goes by the name 'V '. He is placed into a testing camp called Larkhill. At this testing camp, the doctors were testing hormone research on the humans because it was useless to do on rabbits and rats (Moore 80). These people that were placed into the camp were gays, lesbians, blacks, and anyone who was involved with the socialist group. This fictional narrative is a substantial superhero film that highlights the unbroken Conservative authority, the possibility of inhumane imprisonments for people with AIDs and a legislature that had expressed a want to annihilate homosexuality. Most importantly, this two-hour film talks about what is happening in today 's society; a nation of people who let their liberties slip away for too long, before finally coming to the realization that they have none left. 'V ' has the perfect voice and the ideal villain for today 's society because he is not just a good person fighting a bad guy. Yes, the Leader and the officials like Prothero & Bishop have all committed appalling violations and crimes but V does not target people, instead, he targets evil. He focuses on the shrewdness, the lethargy, and the quiet submission that takes a hold of every one of us at some point. In the film he gives the people watching him on TV at home his most irate discourse, asserting that while, truly, the administration is unpleasant and that it was the

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