Chapter 3, Victims, continues the investigation of the train, finding a violet carson rose that the masked man left behind. While the reasons for his confinement are never revealed, what happens to him is recounted in great detail. When the man wakes up, he finds a cloaked figure wearing a Guy Fawkes mask standing over him. V for Vendetta is the final film shot by , who died of a heart attack on December 7, 2005. Confused, Evey gets to her feet and walks out the open door. She tells Finch that the country needs more than a building now; it needs hope, as she pulls the lever and steps out of the train. The Leader is Adam Susan, and he rules with an iron fist.
He takes care of her and tells her that his name is V and that he is a fighting for freedom and justice in this corrupt state. His gamble pays off when he infers that the Shadow Gallery is located in the old Victoria Station. But V commandeers the national television network to claim authorship of his deed. The film has also been released on the format, which features a unique 'in-film experience' created exclusively for the disc. Both of them also served at Larkhill. A man referred to as Leader runs the government with his computer program Fate. She taps his shoulder and maces him before he blindly hits her with his gun, rendering her unconscious.
On website , the film received an of 73% based on 244 reviews, with an of 6. There are several fundamental differences between the film and the original source material. His next victim, the skilled doctor Delia Surridge, a medical researcher who worked in Larkhill Prison many years prior to the events of V for Vendetta. But truth is, callin V good or bad is just too simple. All three were intrigued by the original story's themes and found them to be relevant to the contemporary political landscape.
The complexity of the narrative, adaptations which restrict a view to fewer characters and abridged stories make the movie quite different from the book. In front of them, and all the people convened, Parliament explodes in a radiant display to Tchaikovsky's Overture. The Overture's is played at key parts at the beginning and end of the film. He shows her a room that has equipment and books detailing how to make bombs out of anything. Its hero plays altogether differently now, and yet, given the nature of the regime.
Outside London, Eric Finch walks by himself, calmly smoking a pipe. Archived from on November 19, 2006. Evey angrily retorts, claiming the inability to feel anything anymore and collapses to the ground, short of breath. Now it looks like brutha is on a gnarly revenge grind. Meanwhile, armed guards surround Parliament but cannot get in touch with anyone of authority. They both order the soldiers to open fire and are shot down while the audience laughs and the real Sutler breaks his glass in fury. The film was intended to be a departure from some of Moore's original themes.
V was the only one to survive and escape from the torture. V sits down at his piano and starts to play. Meanwhile, there be this old school detective name Finch who tryna bring the heat down on V. Archived from on March 13, 2008. He serves her and pours her tea while acknowledging his sincerity in the video he sent across London. V and the Phantom both wear masks to hide their disfigurements, control others through the leverage of their imaginations, have tragic pasts, and are motivated by revenge. The relative peace that Evey enjoys is short-lived though.
The citizens in front of Parliament remove their masks, revealing Gordon, Ruth, Valerie, the bespectacled girl, and all those who dreamed of freedom and finally received it. Back in the Gallery, Evey tells V that she can no longer stay with him and, now that she fears nothing, will return to the outside world to take her chances. Its controversial story line and themes have been the target of both criticism and praise from groups. This story was first told as a graphic novel written by and published in 1982 and 1983. Delia wakes in her bed and speaks to the shadows in her room, asking if he's come to kill her. When Evey awakes, she believes she is in a resettlement camp. V has his computer connected to Fate, which is in turn linked to everything.
His anarchist commentary sparks a moral shock in the community and their leadership. She leaves him, promising to return before November 5. A novelisation of the film, written by and based on the Wachowski Brothers' script, was published by on January 31, 2006. Fear is a basic human nature, and has been exploited as a weapon - a method of control - for centuries. Evey seeks revenge, and as she aims her gun at the murderer, ''V'' abducts her and brings her unconscious form back to Shadow Gallery. V for Vendetta is written for mature audiences mainly adults. It is the year 2020.