CineFix: V de la Vendetta – diferențe carte-film
V for Vendetta is Alan Moore’s graphic novel about anarchist V combating the fascist government in a dystopian UK. The film adaptation was the same… but different.
V for Vendetta is a story that pits anarchism against fascism. Main character V is a revolutionary with big plans to take down the government, who takes on a protege, Evey Hammond, in an attempt to create his successor. The book and film have many similarities, both dealing with government oppression and the backlash that it causes, but some of the biggest differences can be seen with the change in themes from fascism vs anarchism to liberalism vs neo-conservativism. At that, it’s time pull back the proverbial shower curtain on all the differences between the book and the film.