In the Shadow Gallery, V offers to kill Alistair Harper on behalf of Evey, but Evey insists that V do no such thing. Following the explosion, a congregation of Norsefire's elite meets in a secret conference with Adam Sutler, his face projected on a large screen. Finch gives up trying to restore order and ends the novel walking alone. Weaving is perfectly cast, using his formidable physicality and imposing voice to give gravitas to the insanity of the character. To film the final scene at , the area from and up to Parliament and had to be closed for three nights from midnight until 5 am.
While V heads to a dark section underground to meet Creedy with his most trusted soldiers, Sutler gives a speech on the emergency broadcast system throughout London, urging people to stay in their homes and vowing swift justice against anyone caught outside past curfew. As a result, the populace slinks into a mode of enforced contentment, making no effort to take back their freedom. Prime Minister at the time of filming 's son, Euan, worked on the film's production and is said according to an interview with Stephen Fry to have helped the filmmakers obtain the unparalleled filming access. Chapter 9, Violence, opens with Delia showing Finch a body and Evey berating V for killing the Bishop, later apologizing. V goes to leave but is stopped by Dominic who fails to see Evey sneak up behind him.
Heyer watches the tape in the package, revealed to be the tape of Mrs. But he's always been a little crazy. Reading the deceased Surridge's journal, Finch learns V is the result of human experimentation and has been targeting the people who detained him. Evey tells him she doesn't want him to die, to which he says that that's the most beautiful thing she could have given him, before dying. At first glance both book and film seems to follow the. Peace is normal and we should be able to live together. Alan Moore, however, charged that, in doing so, the story has turned into an American-centric conflict between and , and abandons the original anarchist—fascist themes.
Her quiet live is abruptly shattered by Ally Harper, a Scottish mobster being tapped by Creedy, a member of the Norsefire party. He allows her to stay with him and, as a sign of trust, shows her a hidden room behind his wine cabinet. Finch finds his way into the subway and discovers Evey at the controls to the train. Codename ''V'' Just after the nuclear strikes, Norsefire establishes resettlement camps for those whom the government considers dangerous or disruptive. It is very challenging to film a movie based on a graphical novel where all the visuals are already given to the readers. It is unclear what will become of England, now that there is no government to lead it. There, V kills him easily.
Both of them also served at Larkhill. V for Vendetta is the final film shot by , who died of a heart attack on December 7, 2005. After Louis, ''V'' goes after Bishop Lilliman and Dr. She ends her note by offering some solace in the fact that, while her life may be taken, she will still retain her integrity as a human being and tells the reader that, though she does not know them, she loves them. The people and police are getting a bit out of hand as a woman is shot in front of everyone, ostensibly for looting. Evey protests that she was happy, which he claims is the worst prison of all and asks whether her happiness was worth more than her freedom.
And for those who would use it, a masked man waits in the shadows to carry out your sentence. She was young but remembers the riots and protests and how her parents were taken from her in the middle of the night, black bags forced over their heads. Louis was a commander at Larkhill. Detective Finch sends his findings to Adam Susan, who worries that all these seemingly personal vendettas may just be a prelude to a much larger, more crippling anarchist attack. Throughout the film we see V's motives or reasoning behind taking down the government, we see what the government has done to its own citizens. Police shoot at V and he goes out a window, landing on the concrete.
The state tries to suppress knowledge of his deeds -- to spin a plausible explanation for the destruction of the Old Bailey, for example. Valerie, Evey reads, was an actress who was arrested by the Norsefire government for being gay. . Creedy suggests the Nose and the Finger cooperate and Dominic laughs him off. At Jordan Tower, Lewis Prothero prepares to broadcast information. Evey waits for him back by the train, contemplating what he told her, as he returns, collapsing to the ground. After Gordon performs a satire of the government on his show, his home is raided later that night and Evey is captured.
In his case, though he had a near complete loss of memory, he developed quick reflexes and strength. Three songs were played during the ending credits which were not included on the V for Vendetta soundtrack. Suddenly, a mysterious cloaked figure wearing a Guy Fawkes mask rescues her with tear gas and a grenade cleverly disguised as a prosthetic hand. V interrupts the broadcast to claim responsibility, encouraging the people of Britain to rise up against their government and meet him on next year's outside the. As Big Ben tolls midnight, the fifth of November, V recites the centuries-old adage before conducting the finale to Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture which plays over the loudspeakers throughout the streets of London.
His complaint was not so much with the films as with the deal involving the use of his work. V says Downing Street will be destroyed and with it the Head, letting the people choose to return to chains or live their own lives. The Leader hears from the Head about the bombing and orders Mr. V returns to his room and removes his mask, throwing it against the vanity mirror and breaking down in tears. She goes down a corridor and turns a corner to see that she is in none other than the Shadow Gallery. Disease, violence and war blamed primarily on the 'former' United States , and the fear and resentment of particular groups within the country including homosexuals, Muslims, and immigrants fueled the dramatic change and put the current leader, Chancellor Adam Sutler , in command.