1 December 2011


Hello, pairs of eyes. One of my friends asked me to watch V for Vendetta some time last month because he said he knows I'm going to love it as it's about rebellion against the authority and he's right. I was going to talk about the movie V for Vendetta last month itself but I'm thinking waiting for the mask I've ordered would be a lot more fancy. So, the movie was top-notch. Not only it is all classy and elegant but it's also thought-provoking. The idea of that movie is somewhat similar to one of the literature novels I've studied which is Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury. I've always been attracted to complex, subliminal movies. It's much more fun for your thoughts to be disturbed than having a rather calm and happy mind. I have this habit of analyzing things, whatever I see or hear can't be merely accepted as it is and that applies to everything; subliminal messages in movies, songs, humans and anything under the sun to be precise. Anyway, I get the message of the movie or at least what I've made up for myself. You shouldn't be afraid to stand up for what you believe in and never be a slave to a corrupted society. You shall not practice escapism too often, the mass media has a lot of ways to stop you from thinking. Take the time to delve in your mind. Only fools accept things as it is without questions, a wise man look at things underneath the surface.You have your rights. And there shall always be someone who goes against the flow of normality, someone who'd make a change. I bought the mask because the idea of it fascinates me. I only own things that contribute some meaning to who I am. I for one, use my freedom of thoughts quite often that makes me aware of little things that most people are oblivious to. We're living in a fast-paced society if you haven't noticed and day by day, people start missing out on little things, they overlooked on things that are significant. Food for thought.


Alas, creatures.