'V for Vendetta' Finale Re-enacted
In Anonymous Protest
Published: 11/06/2012 03:43am
A Guy Fawkes Day protest organized by hacker group Anonymous has drawn heavily on the V for Vendetta graphic novel by Alan Moore, David Lloyd, and Tony Weare, and the movie based on it. Under the monicker Operation Vendetta, the group re-enacted the final scene in the film, in which masked protesters (in this case wearing the march on the Houses of Parliament.
Moore released a song, which he wrote and sang with music by Joe Brown, in support of the protest via Occupation Records. Moore has previously expressed support for the use of the mask in protests (see "Moore Talks 'Vendetta' Mask").
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