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  • Showcasing a refined taste for vengeance, he is playing a with them like a cat and a mouse

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      V for Vendetta (2005) Director: James McTeigue. Featuring: Natalie Portman, Hugo Weaving and John Hurt.

      In my eyes, the movie stands somewhere between greatness and boredom, all depends on how you like your movies. It is told in a non realistic, graphic novel style. The heroes are symbolic and metaphoric, and despite the


      fact that all the details are fictional, they deliver a message that deals with the real world. The story obviously goes against the totalitarian regime.

      In the story, Great Britain is ruled by a type of a fascist regime, where all citizen have lost their freedom. The corrupt police do as their please and the ...


      • government works to benefit only the public servants. But there is one who dares to stand against all that- a mysterious masked man with the nickname of V. Showcasing a refined taste for vengeance, he is playing a with them like a cat and a mouse. One night he saves a young woman Evey.
        And the next day she returns the favour by helping him escape during one of his attacks on a public building. From that day on her fate is sealed. She can never go back and she must go strong and reborn through pain to help V accomplish his final triumph and victory over the government.




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