- Bonnie Crabb Humanities 340 Rough Draft Literary Criticism Can you imagine walking where the streets are dark and cold with no glimmer of excitement and joy as security cameras watch your every move. In Moore’s graphic novel, V for Vendetta, he depicts that point in history through the story of future London under the Norsefire Regime.
He saw 1980s England as a fascist society where the lower class were being oppressed.
Therefore, V adopts Evey Hammond, a young victim of the regime, as his protégée and educates her to guide society through the second stage of revolution: reconstruction....
[tags: alan moore, vendetta, revolution] - Harrison Bergeron is a story that depicts a society whereby everyone is equal mentally, physically and socially.
V for vendetta directed by James Mc Teigue is about a vigilante V who was a prisoner at larkhill a medical centre where they used humans as test subjects.
The medical centre blew up leaving V severally burnt and with unnatural super strength.The director’s purpose is to show that if you can overcome fair nothing and no one can stop you.V kidnaps Evey and puts her in a prison cell he tortures her and makes her believe hes the government trying to get to him.For example V influences Evey to not be afraid; V also influences the people of England not to be afraid and to stand with him and V was influenced by Valerie to stand for what he believes.In the film V for Vendetta Directed by James Mc Teigue V influences Evey not to be afraid.The film and the story present dystopian societies and both are stories of the future which shows how the government will slowly start controlling its people....[tags: V for Vendetta Essays] - V for Vendetta directed by James Mc Teigue is a dramatic, mildly horror filled film. This film is made for us as viewers to see the conflicts between the government and it’s people.The director’s purpose is to show us that it only takes one to make a change and influence thousands to stand for a good purpose.V breaks into the BTN building and hacks into the television…V, who transcends beyond a character and embodies the concept of revolution, establishes the procedure for social change.He understands that his role is to avenge and “make rubble” of injustice and corruption; however, true social reform must move beyond destruction and forge an improved society on the ruins of an oppressed past.