Talking about great movies that were made in the past, V for Vendetta should be a movie considered among them, for the movie spoke about government oppression and why citizens or inhabitants of the country should not subject themselves to tyranny and harsh treatments from the government.
V for Vendetta, tells a tale after the world war, which led London into becoming a police state led by a dictator, as well as a vigilante known only as V (Hugo Weaving) who was dedicated to fighting the oppressors of the world he lives in by using terrorist tactics. Upon saving the life of a young woman named Evey (Natalie Portman) from the secret police, she becomes his ally in his fight against the government which were the true oppressors of England.
V for Vendetta was released as far back as 2005 but wasn’t made available in other countries till the 23rd of February, 2006. The movie which spoke strongly about revolution against oppressors was adopted strongly by some its viewers, as some till this very day are seen putting on the mask anytime they wished to discuss matters or conspiracy theories that was against the wish of their government or the society at large. Watch the movie’s trailer above and the movie’s revolutionary speech below. But it is highly recommended that you watch the whole movie if you haven’t.