Since this time, Lilliman has ascended to be the Bishop of Westminster, where he delivers sermons that betray a racist, bloodthirsty mindset. Kill those involved in the Larkhill atrocities and avenge Valerie Page (Succeeded).Blow up Parliament on the 5th of November (Succeeded).Bring down the corrupt Norsefire dictatorship (succeeded in death). Written by Home About Story Contact Help. Susan Rubin talked to Ms. about her new book THE ROAD NOT TAKEN, Read an excerpt of THE ROAD NOT TAKEN, by Susan Rubin in Ms Magazine: Share your comments! Despite her initial hesitation, Evey ultimately dons a Guy Fawkes mask and cloak as his ally. After training with his mentor, Batman begins his fight to free crime-ridden Gotham City from corruption. In a future British tyranny, a shadowy freedom fighter, known only by the alias of "V", plots to overthrow it with the help of a young woman. In the movie he is shown to be disfigured (a result of burns) instead of being described as being ugly. He is a terrorist and freedom fighter from a dystopian future battling against a corrupt fascist regime in England known as the Norsefire party. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Added to the story's intricacy is the main character's use of a rather verbose vernacular. She was executed later. goddangwatir. Mathilda, a 12-year-old girl, is reluctantly taken in by Léon, a professional assassin, after her family is murdered. His favorite film is the Count of Monte Cristo. In the underground tunnel, V prepares a subway train full of explosives to crash upon his future command. Cite This Page. Evey Hammond (love interest), Eric Finch, Gordon Deitrich (deceased), Dr. Delia Surridge While there, the woman held captive in the cell next to his, Valerie Page, had written her life story on toilet paper about how how she was captured and tortured for being a lesbian, and passes the message through the wall connecting theirs. "The nightclub was gone. She is an employee of the state-run British Television Network, but soon, she becomes the number one enemy of the state together with an enigmatic and larger-than-life freedom fighter known only by the letter "V". In 1954, a U.S. This was a plot to assassinate the Protestant King James with barrels of gunpowder placed under the building in the hopes of installing a new ruler more sympathetic to their beliefs. Occupation It is Peter Creedy who confronts V at the end of the film, instead of Eric Finch. In the meanwhile, the mysterious past of V is gradually revealed to the police inspector tasked with capturing him, Eric Finch, and it is not long until he starts questioning everything his government stands for. Are they related or something? Type of Hero An unusual relationship forms as she becomes his protégée and learns the assassin's trade. Creedy shoots and kills Norsefire leader Adam Sutler (Adam Susan in the graphic novel), but V refuses to uphold his end of the bargain he made to Creedy, who is just as evil as Sutler. Family In the film, he only bombs the Old Bailey and Houses of Parliament buildings and not the Jordan Tower, Post Office and 10 Downing St buildings. Over time, he begins to groom Evey into becoming a successor after initially throwing her out for questioning him if he could be her father or not. When a beautiful stranger leads computer hacker Neo to a forbidding underworld, he discovers the shocking truth--the life he knows is the elaborate deception of an evil cyber-intelligence. He is a terrorist and freedom fighter from a dystopian future battling against a corrupt fascist regime in England known as the Norsefire party. 1 History 1.1 Origin 1.2 Identity 1.3 Villain 2 Powers and Abilities 2.1 Powers 2.2 Abilities 3 Paraphernalia 3.1 Transportation 4 Notes 5 Trivia 6 Appearances in Other Media 7 Related 7.1 Footnotes The background and identity of V is largely unknown. When Evey chooses to die over revealing anything or pledging loyalty to Norsefire, V reveals himself and declares her to now be closer to understanding true freedom. Güterfelde, Stahnsdorf, Brandenburg, Germany, Guy Fawkes Lover These papers were written primarily by students and provide critical analysis of V For Vendetta by Alan Moore and David Lloyd. V for Vendetta is a 2006 film adaptation of Alan Moore's comic book, the film is loosely based on the events of the book and features only a few of the characters and plot lines. It's implied that the experiments also had an effect on his mind. Very little is known about V, with one of the exceptions being he has a background in the military. In a way, V for Vendetta by Alan Moore and David Lloyd is almost too obvious a choice for the Guardian’s series on literature about fighting back. He is impeccably sophisticated, obsequious, and talkative, with an exceptionally wide vocabulary, and particularly showing a fondness for quoting Shakespeare, and has an encyclopedic knowledge of old English literature. Unknown What does the saying "Vi Veri Veniversum Vivus Vici" on the mirror Evey is cleaning mean? Use the HTML below. As the new V, Evey then takes in a young Norsefire agent with the intent of training him. Taking her into his care in The Shadow Gallery, V then goes after and captures Lewis Prothero, the former commandant of the camp and the voice for Norsefire's computer FATE, and drives him insane.