I decided instead of posting onto the end of the last entry I'd start a new one.
The other thing that struck me about V for Vendetta (the film portrayal, as I'm aware that it is different in the books) is that while V is labeled as a terrorist, and surely the tactics, the theactrics, and all are in line with what would be considered terrorism, his targets are symbolic. His actions don't inflict fear upon the general populace; only the oppressors. In the people he sought to and did inspire hope.
Essentially I would posit that when determining who is a terrorist and who is a freedom fighter, a key point may be who is labelling him which.
One last note about the film: I find it amusing that Christian fundies are bashing it for its treatment of Christians and homosexuals and yet saying nothing about the violence. Also there are people labelling it as anti-Catholic, and yet the hero is modelled after Guy Fawkes, a Catholic whose attempt to kill the king was motivated by the mornarch's utter lack of tolerance for Catholics. What a bunch of fucking brain surgeons.
Rehearsal today was... interesting. I have now vowed to keep myself clean of stubble whenever I am to be in the presence of a lady who could even possibly have the idea in her head that kissing me would be an okay thing to do.
That aside, there is a project in the works. I don't know when it will be revealed because I am not the only one involved. That is all for now