V for Vendetta

V for Vendetta

132 mins | Action, Thriller, Science Fiction | Feb. 23, 2006

In a world in which Great Britain has become a fascist state, a masked vigilante known only as “V” conducts guerrilla warfare against the oppressive British government. When V rescues a young woman from the secret police, he finds in her an ally with whom he can continue his fight to free the people of Britain.

V for Vendetta

132 mins | Action, Thriller, Science Fiction | Feb. 23, 2006

V for Vendetta
In a world in which Great Britain has become a fascist state, a masked vigilante known only as “V” conducts guerrilla warfare against the oppressive British government. When V rescues a young woman from the secret police, he finds in her an ally with whom he can continue his fight to free the people of Britain.
IMDb rating 8.2
Producers Warner Bros. Pictures, Studio Babelsberg, DC Comics, Virtual Studios, Anarchos Productions, Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg, Silver Pictures, Fünfte Babelsberg Film
Original title V for Vendetta
Directors James McTeigue, Terry Needham, Harvey Harrison, Jean Bourne, Alex Kirby, Julie Brown, Paul Goldsmith, Tobias Asam, Kim Whittaker
Writers Lilly Wachowski, Lana Wachowski, Alan Moore, Harvey Price

Cast

Natalie Portman

as Evey Hammond

Hugo Weaving

as William Rookwood / V

Stephen Rea

as Chief Inspector Eric Finch

Stephen Fry

as Gordon Deitrich

John Hurt

as Chancellor Adam Sutler

Tim Pigott-Smith

as Creedy

Natasha Wightman

as Valerie Page

Rupert Graves

as Dominic

Roger Allam

as Lewis Prothero

Ben Miles

as Dascomb

Sinéad Cusack

as Delia Surridge

Eddie Marsan

as Etheridge

John Standing

as Bishop Lilliman

Imogen Poots

as Young Valerie Page

Clive Ashborn

as Guy Fawkes

Emma Field-Rayner

as Guy Fawkes Lover

Ian Burfield

as Tweed Coat Fingerman

Mark Phoenix

as Willy Fingerman

Alister Mazzotti

as Baldy Fingerman

Billie Cook

as Little Glasses Girl

Guy Henry

as Heyer

Cosima Shaw

as Patricia

Megan Gay

as BTN News Poppet

Roderic Culver

as BTN News Poppet

Andy Rashleigh

as Fred

Chad Stahelski

as Storm Saxon

Antje Rau

as Laser Lass

Amelda Brown

as Wardrobe Mistress

Richard Campbell

as Security Guard

Mark Longhurst

as Little Glasses Girl Dad

Charles Cork

as Barfly

John Ringham

as Old Man

Oliver Bradshaw

as Old Man

Juliet Howland

as Middle Class Mum

Joseph Rye

as Jones

Malcolm Sinclair

as Major Wilson

Madeleine Rakic-Platt

as Young Evey

Selina Giles

as Evey's Mother

Carsten Hayes

as Evey's Father

Derek Hutchinson

as Bureaucrat

Martin Savage

as Denis

Grant Burgin

as Operator

Greg Donaldson

as Operator

Jason Griffiths

as Biology Teacher

Laura Greenwood

as Sarah

Paul Antony-Barber

as Valerie's Father

Anna Farnworth

as Valerie's Mother

Mary Stockley

as Ruth

Simon Newby

as Tube Station News Poppet

David Merheb

as Young Man

Dulcie Smart

as Civil War News Poppet

Ben Posener

as Water Shortage News Poppet

Ian T. Dickinson

as Avian Flu News Poppet

Julie Brown

as Three Waters News Poppet

Eamon Geoghegan

as Surveillance Man

Matthew Bates

as Finch's Fedco Man

David Leitch

as Convenience Store V

Matt Wilkinson

as Little Glasses Girl Fingerman

Martin McGlade

as Victoria Station Fingerman

Richard Laing

as Parliament Lieutenant

Michael Simkins

as Parliament General

William Tapley

as Radio Man

Tony Cook

as Soldier (uncredited)

Lee Asquith-Coe

as V Follower (uncredited)

Christopher Fosh

as V Follower (uncredited)

Keith How

as V Follower (uncredited)

Norman Campbell Rees

as V Follower (uncredited)

Andy Callaghan

as Soldier (uncredited)

Forbes KB

as Soldier (uncredited)

João Costa Menezes

as Soldier (uncredited)

Chris Wilson

as Soldier (uncredited)

Nicolas de Pruyssenaere

as Marshal (uncredited)

David Decio

as V Street Vigilante (uncredited)

Rami Hilmi

as V Army Member (uncredited)

Mathis Landwehr

as Bodyguard (uncredited)

Jason Oettle

as Policeman (uncredited)

Wolfgang Stegemann

as Creedy Guard (uncredited)