The brothers Wachowsky, after «Matrix», the (re) puts the power less distinctive this time. Both the script and from the insight of James McTeigue burst the 'V' (Hugo Weaving), an angry Don Quixote who hates authority and the average person has learned to fear. At his side is the Evey (Natalie Portman) a classical type of anti-hero who symbolizes the potential each of us. On the other side can see a hysterical control mechanism led by the Sutler (John Hurt), showing resemblance to the evil Nazi regime. The apparent reduction in the modern world and human history in general and is ultimately the most successful film. This contributes substantially consistent flow script, excellent photography, interesting notations we 'wink' and the interpretations that make sense. The Weaving skillfully addresses a very demanding role through the expressive pluralism that distinguishes him. The Portman standing next to the worthy side co-star and interesting is the presence of another Hurt as Fuehrer. «V for Vendetta» is an extraordinary film, a sample of the possibilities of modern cinema. It is highly recommended to all.