One of the main things that the audience sees as a symbol is the V within a circle, often seen in red. This symbol is everywhere and reoccurs many times in the film, which really hammers into the audience the importance of this symbol. It is one of the first things we see of modern times, and
reappear throughout the film. It is the symbol of the character V, and his movement and rebellion against he governments ways. It begins to appear more as the movie progresses, like being spray painted on walls and being made out of dominos. This shows how the symbol of the rebellion is growing stronger, and how, although it is just a symbol it now holds power in the people, and people believe in what it stands for. it becomes a symbol for the uprising, and for people rebelling against the controlling government and breaking free from the fear installed in them. The symbolism of the V helps to show one of V for Vendettas main themes, rebellion. It shows how when a symbol's idea is believed in by people it gains power and becomes a force. I believe that this still happens today in the real world, with people willing to fight for their flag, or fight or do something for a cause or idea. The actual design of the logo shows V surrounded by a circle. This shows how the actual character of V began the revolution, and know the idea of it has spread around the people. It is also coloured red which is the colour of extremes. It's the colour of passion, seduction, violence, danger, anger, and adventure. This further shows what V is fighting for, the right to be able to be free and to do what you want to. However, it also symbolizes the anger and thirst for revenge that V has, and shows that maybe his intentions arent as pure as the audience thinks.