Help with philosophical interpretation of the movie 'V for Vendetta'


I am having a hard time with my essay on the film, 'V for Vendetta'. I am required to analyze the film from the perspective of two masters of suspicion, Marx and Nietzsche, but I cannot reach a conclusion in order to answer my essay question which is,

Considering V’s actions in the film, does he try to transform the structures of society according to Marx’s ideas or Nietzsche’s?

Hope you can give me a little help in order to guide me! Thanks in advance.


Posted 2019-05-12T18:18:57.443

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Question was closed 2019-06-11T11:44:02.797


Look at a Marxist analysis of V for Vendetta by Couzens and at Struggles With Philosophy blog for a Nieztschean perspective. Call makes a case for interpreting V as a postmodern anarchist.

– Conifold – 2019-05-13T08:17:40.343

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