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F is for Fireworks. During the two explosions that the character V planned and carried out, he included fireworks and music as if it was a celebration. I believe that is exactly what he wanted it to be. V wanted to make a big show and let everyone know the message he wanted to get across. He did just that and I felt the fireworks were included to show his positive outlook on the situation of blowing up a government building.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=c8UtojJT8ts

 

This scene has it all. Everyone is coming together to stand up against the corrupt government and show they are not afraid. The loud music, big explosions, and the quickness of the shots put together this powerful scene. Everyone pulls off their masks and enjoys the fireworks going off in this one mans demonstration to take back and celebrate the individuality of everyone, but also the unity of the population while trying to regain true freedom. V believed nobody should live in fear, and that is exactly how the rest of these people in this scene show under the light of the fireworks.

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  1. Posted January 13, 2013 at 11:09 am | Permalink

    Fireworks is a unique, but very fitting word for this movie. The fireworks obviously showed V’s success, but they also signified a realization, especially in the final scene. Evey realized V’s motives, and the people started to realized the corruptness of the government.

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  2. Posted January 13, 2013 at 11:19 am | Permalink

    I thought that the fireworks really enhanced this moment as well. Fireworks always celebrate an occurrence, and V’s choice to utilize them brought unity amongst the masses and demonstrated that this would be a moment to celebrate in the future. Good post!

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  3. Posted January 13, 2013 at 2:33 pm | Permalink

    Good job! I agree with you that the fireworks at the end were a form of celebrating, it was a celebration for all the “everyday people” as they were given a hope for freedom by V’s brave acts. I also thing the fireworks in the beginning are significant because they represent one year until this big day and the unity of the people. The earlier fireworks could also be seen as a celebrating specifically for V because he spent so many years planning this rebellion and his plans were finally in motion!

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