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Jessica Vanover
English 101
29 September 2012
Justice for All.

V for Vendetta is a good movie because it portrays what is going on and what will become of our government if they do not change their ways. The movie consisted of a marvelous cast: Natalie Portman as Evey and Hugo Weaving as the mysterious freedom fighter V as well as many others. The movie takes place in the year 2020 in the United Kingdom, and under the control of a fascist leader, citizens had very little freedom. This is until the freedom fighter V, comes up with a plan to defeat the government and restore freedom to the citizens of the UK. Along the way he develops a love for Evey, an employee of the state ran British Television Network when he rescues her from being raped. Overall V for Vendetta is a great movie. (McTeigue)
. The movie begins with a emotional scene where Evey (Natalie Portman) is out after curfew and has a encounter with two curfew watchmen who attempt to sexually assault her when V ( Hugo Weaving) comes to her rescue. V asks he if she would like to see a concert and takes her to a roof top where she is witness to the demolition of the Old Bailey building to music and fireworks that was done by V. The media told the people that the demolition was planned and the fireworks were just a way to send the old building out with a bang. V urges the people of Britain to rise up against the government and meet him in a year on November 5. This movie does a good job in showing things that are going on in our very own government. Our government feeds us with false lies and cover up stories to keep us from the truth. Hopefully, we don't go down the road that the British government went down in this movie and by the year 2020 we have freedom and rights like The Declaration of Independence. (McTeigue).

Citizens of the U.S may not notice but our government is taking the necessary steps toward becoming a similar...

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