- Words: 1540
- Length: 5 Pages
- Topic: Women's Issues - Sexuality
- Paper #: 42966881
V's plot and characters represent a diversity in the population of the cast, but perhaps pays a tribute to queer cinema in that it acknowledges the rights of gays and lesbians, and acknowledges, too, that when a government seeks to oppress society, it targets those weakest; the minorities, the disenfranchised (which transcends race), and the creative element within that society.
The film ends with Evey giving a somewhat melodramatic speech