V for Vendetta (2005)
Rupert Graves: Dominic
Finch : The problem is, he knows us better than we know ourselves. That's why I went to Larkhill, last night.
Dominic : But that's outside quarantine.
Finch : I had to see it. There wasn't much left. But when I was there it was strange. I suddenly had this feeling that everything was connected. It's like I could see the whole thing, one long chain of events that stretched all the way back before Larkhill. I felt like I could see everything that happened, and everything that is going to happen. It was like a perfect pattern, laid out in front of me. And I realised we're all part of it, and all trapped by it.
Dominic : So do you know what's gonna happen?
Finch : No, it was a feeling. But I can guess. With so much chaos, someone will do something stupid. And when they do, things will turn nasty. And then Sutler will be forced to do the only thing he knows how to do. At which point, all V needs to do is keep his word. And then...
[Dominoes collapse with TV footages showing conflicts between rioting citizens and the anti-riot police]
Little Glasses Girl : [camera follows many BFC trucks delivering packages to front doors all over London] I'll get it.
BFC courier : [at Finch's door] Eric Finch?
Finch : Yeah.
Finch : [opens box: One of V's Guy Fawkes masks is inside, along with a spare costume] Bloody hell...
Finch : [at police HQ] How many went out?
Dominic : So far we count eight box cars: several hundred *thousand* at least.
Finch : Christ.
Sutler : [cut to shot of little girl playing in street wearing V's costume] I want anyone caught with one of those masks arrested!
Convenience Store V : [man wearing a V mask is robbing a convenience store] Give me the money! Give me the fucking money!
Dominic : [police HQ: all phones are ringing off the hook] We're under siege here, the whole city's gone mad!
Finch : [dawning realization] This is exactly what he wants.
Dominic : What?
Convenience Store V : Anarchy in the UK!
[fires gun into air]
Finch : Chaos.
Dominic : [Seeing Creedy approach, to Finch] Pucker up, here comes a finger.