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The Untold Truth Of V For Vendetta

In 2005, the dystopian thriller “V for Vendetta” was released into theaters. Directed by James McTeigue and written by the Wachowskis, the film brought to life onscreen the comic by the same name, which tells the story of a masked anarchist who sets out to destroy a future fascist government in the U.K.

The original story of “V for Vendetta” began back in 1982, when writer Alan Moore and artist David Lloyd decided to do their own take on a detective noir story. While the film keeps much of the comic intact, there are some key differences — and some deceptions as well. From the comic’s pre-DC beginnings to the film adaptation’s legacy, this is the untold truth of “V for Vendetta.”

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From Warrior to DC Comics | 0:00
Comic vs. Film | 1:15
V’s Guy Fawkes mask | 2:36
Vs are everywhere | 3:49
Evey and V | 5:00
Ideas are bulletproof | 6:16
V’s devilish references | 7:16
David Lloyd’s opinion | 8:25
Alan Moore was deceived | 9:43
Emotionally credible characters | 10:47
Creation and legacy | 11:35

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