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Genres: Thriller , Sci-Fi , Action
Actors: John Standing , Natasha Wightman , Sinéad Cusack , Ben Miles , Roger Allam , Rupert Graves , Tim Pigott-Smith , John Hurt , Stephen Fry , Stephen Rea , Hugo Weaving , Natalie Portman , Eddie Marsan , Clive Ashborn , Emma Field-Rayner
Director: James McTeigue
Country: Germany, United Kingdom, United States
Year: 2006
IMDB Rating: 8.2/10 (451001 votes)

The futuristic tale unfolds in a Great Britain that’s a fascist state. A freedom fighter known as V uses terrorist tactics to fight the oppressive society. He rescues a young woman from the secret police, and she becomes his unlikely ally.

Film Review

So who is this masked man who calls himself V? He is a freedom fighter. He is a terrorist. He is a hero. He is a villain. Depends on your point of view. The movie brings a young woman, Evey, into V's world. And it is Evey's point of view which will prove to be most vital. What will she make of this man who is her rescuer and then her captor? What will V inspire in Evey? What will she discover in herself? Does she have the strength to do what is right? And what is right anyway? It's a movie which asks a lot of questions, not the least of which is whether Parliament is going to get blown to bits.The story takes place in a near-future dystopian London. The world has gone to hell in a handbasket. The United States has collapsed, chaos and terror seem to be the order of the day worldwide. England is presented as the last bastion of modern civilization. But all is not wine and roses here. Control is maintained by a government which rules with an iron fist. The fascist totalit…

This is one of the greatest movies of this century for a number of reasons, for starting the plot was superb, how pain can lead to vengeance without losing the mind and intelligence and how fear can lead societies to change their freedoms for security witch are topics in every day life day in some countries, are perfectly depicted and the director know what he is talking about and how to talk about it. The acting too was something marvelous, Weaving who never shows his face still managed to transmit real feeling trough his voice and movements. The performance given by Portman I think should have earned her an Oscar nomination and the rest of the cast were good as well. This movie I will see a hundred times more and never get tired of it.

In fact, I'll make a prediction: THIS FILM WILL BECOME A CULT CLASSIC. Of this I have no doubt. After several viewings for friends, my most recent one on Thanksgiving day with an English friend, revealed many fascinating things about the movie that I had no prior knowledge of that I'd care to share. For example, the protagonist, Guy Fawkes, was an actual person, a revolutionary who attempted to blow up Parliament when he believed the government had become too corrupt, in the 1600's. In fact, the Brits still celebrate the occasion on November the fifth, the same date in the film, and apparently, their own fourth of July. Most of the great character actors in the piece were top British actors as well, including a brief but superbly nuanced role of the female doctor, portrayed by Sinead Cusack, who is actually Jeremy Irons' wife, another interesting point of interest. I enjoyed the diminutive, waifish, Natalie Portman in the main role, her English accent learned in ju…