V for vendetta was his first debut as a producer but he assisted in producing the matrix (1999) and the matrix reloaded (2003). The movie really shows us that people live in a society whereby they are being controlled and they never had their own freedom of speech and expressions. The writers of this movie and who were also in charge of the screen play were Andy Wachowski and Lana Wachowski. V for Vendetta received 3 awards which includes the Brothers Manaki International film festival awards in 2006, it also receive the best production design in San Diego Film critics society awards in 2006 and also the best actress Saturn awards which was given to the heroine of the movie (Evey) and it also had 21 nominations. The genres that were used in V for Vendetta are Action, Sci-Fi and Thriller.
James McTeigue’s film, V for Vendetta is about a fascist government dubbed the Norsefire party taking power through fear and intimidation, the only person opposing them is an anarchist vigilante whose only moniker is V. The director uses the character V to illustrate the idea of revenge, whilst reinforcing the theme through the use of camera angles, sound, lighting and symbolism throughout the film. Throughout the film, McTeigue uses V to display the idea of revenge in his film. This is explained in that while V is a person, the director gives him lines of dialogue that represent what he has become such as the line “Beneath this mask there is more than flesh, beneath this mask there is an idea, Mr. Creedy, and ideas are bulletproof” this indicates
V for Vendetta, directed by Alan Moore in 2005 was an eye opening film, with aspects from the past and predictions for the future, the film left many uncertain how to feel. Being placed in the dystopian genre, the film uses many codes and conventions to connect them to the genre. V 's revolutionary speech helps bring hope to the society. The film was born through an illness and plague that had effected the world. The storyline begins to unfold with the rising of High Chancellor Sutler, which was oddly similar to Hitler, who created a government to oppress the people’s liberty.
Nearly every word and every visual in V for Vendetta has a concealed ancestor, making it exhilarating to explore. The function of allusions in this novel is not limited to extra textual meaning that effects readers only but also influences the characters within the novel. ‘V’ and ‘Evey Hammond’ are two protagonists of the novel. V is a masked anarchist who rebels against the fascist government of the dystopian near-future version of United Kingdom and Evey is a teen who seems lost and devastated by her past life experiences. V acts as a mentor to Evey, under his mentorship she goes through a process of transition in which numerous changes occur to her personality and ultimately to her identity.
V For Vendetta Movie Review Genre : Action, Science fiction, thriller Released date : 17th of March, 2006 Directed by : James McTeigue Written by : Andy & Lana Wachowski Duration : 2 hours 12 minutes Based on graphic novel by Alan Moore in 1982, “V For Vendetta” tells a story about England in the future that rule by oppressive government and a man, named V, who sets out to destroy it. It’s in the year 2020, a virus run wild in the world. Most Americans are dead and Britain is rule by a fascist dictator who promise security but not freedom. One man stands against him, the man named V, he’s a terrorist that achieve his goal by murder, violent, bloeing things up. Yes he is a terrorist but he didn’t terrorize the people, his goal is to awaken their courage to fight their corrupt government.
Life is a competition, however sometimes others make the competition unfair and it is the right of the society to revolt against these barriers. In today’s society, the fear of oppression lingers in the minds of every man, woman, and child and for these two narratives, that fear has become a reality. In a dystopian future, V for Vendetta and The Hunger Games Trilogy both demonstrate a similar archetypal pattern: one of rebellion against an oppressive government which results in social identity that helps inspire the oppressed. Both narratives are set in the realm of an oppressive government which motivates the main protagonists to revolt against them for the injustices committed against the people. In V for Vendetta, V seeks revenge against the Norsefire regime for past wrong-doings, particularly events that were orchestrated by members of the very same party and their oppressive control over the people of London.
The novel 1984 by George Orwell and the movie V for Vendetta are both dystopian themed works of fiction. Both depicted the dangers of a totalitarian type of regime and the horrors that come along with it. In 1984, Winston Smith the main character, lived in a poverty-stricken country called Oceania wherein the government controls all aspect of the people 's lives. On the contrary, in the movie V for Vendetta, the main characters named V was a vigilante who sought to overthrow the totalitarian government of London. He met a girl named Evey Hammond, who just like Winston Smith in 1984, was stuck in a country ruled by despotism.
The movie “V for Vendetta” Vendetta meaning “an often prolonged series of retaliatory, vengeful, or hostile acts or exchange of such acts” revolves around the protagonist “V” V 's background and identity is largely unknown. He is at one point a prisoner in "Larkhill Resettlement Camp" a concentration camp where Homosexuals, Political prisoners, Jews and Muslims are kept and later on exterminated by the hands of a fascist dictatorship called Norsefire. There is not much information given in the movie about who V is but one can infer that V appears in the guise of Guy Fawkes, the 16th century extremist who was willing to give it all for his beliefs. The description
We can get our haircut whenever we like, and we can look in the mirror for as long as we want. But in a dystopia, these things are taken away from the people. When comparing the dystopia to our life, it shows that freedom and being in control of your own life is what separates a dystopia from a utopia. Another example of a dystopian government controlling the people is during the tests that everyone has to take to determine their faction, the people are not allowed to share their results, even if they are positive. Tris isn 't even allowed to share with her
V for Vendetta Review Movie title : V for Vendetta Initial release : February 23, 2006 (Finland) Time : 132 minutes Genre : Action, Drama, and Science Fiction Director : James McTeigue Producer : Joel Silver Larry Wachowski Andy Wachowski Grant Hill Starring : Natalie Portman Hugo Weaving Stephen Rea John Rack, etc. This movie told us regarding the London revolution in 22nd century under totalitarian regime who is led by Adam Sutler. Several who calls his self as V who always use a mask of Guy Fawkes start the terror to the government and invites all citizens in London to join with him create a revolution. In the night when V met with Evey as an officer in a TV station who break the curfew, he executes the first