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V For Vendetta - Ambition by Mind Map: V For Vendetta - Ambition
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V For Vendetta - Ambition

V's desire to destroy Parliament

Blames govt for his disfigurement

Parliament is a symbol of the governemtn

The government is corrupt

Evey's rape

V's entire existence is about revenge - until he meets Evey

The destruction of the Old Bailey

Music - Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture - appropriate because of its use of cannons at the crescendo

Ends with fireworks display that for the encicled V logo

Makes the scene a celebration

V rejoices at its destruction

Destruction is symbolic - the building represents English justice - V feels it no longer exists, so destorys the building that represents the idea

Evey is mortified - feels she is mixed up in terrorism

Evey's rebirth as a revolutionary


Evey born in water

V born in fire

Jesus Christ pose, Symbolic of resurrection/ life after death

Evey's change is conducted in the same manner as V's, Even uses the letter from Valerie that V read in Larkhill, Camera shots and colours of the interrogation

The interrogation, V needed Evey to lose her fear, He felt this was the only way, Causes Evey to hate him

The murders of the Larkhill protagonists


Most famous broadcaster in England

Supervised the experiments


Now the police coroner

Responsible for experimenting on V while looking for a new bio-weapon

The bishop

Now a paedophile Arch-bishop

The camp clergyman, Hypocisy of someone in the church allowing the atrocities to continue


Sutler's enforcer, Sutler's protector

All are left a scarlet carson

Symbolic link to the murder of Valerie#

V wants to remind them of what they have done

Connects all the murders to their responsibilities

They believed the flower was extinct - that they had destroyed Valerie's spirit, V wants to keep the flower alive to show Valerie's spirit lives on

Destruction of freedom in England

Prothero's TV show


Tells everyone to do as they are told

Not to question the authorities

V's broadcast

V disables the broadcasting station to play his own message to the people

Uses the same screens as the chancellor

Size of the shot emphasises V's authority

Panning shots of four social groups, Emphasises that all society is listening to the message, Shows how powerful the government's propaganda machine is, V has been successful when the four groups are not watching when Sutler makes his final broadcast