I love how America’s main firework day celebrates the day they became an independent country, while Britain’s main firework day remembers the time a dude got executed after a failed plot to blow up the government.
Michael Fassbender portrayed Guy Fawkes in the 2004 BBC TV Movie ‘Gunpowder, Treason and Plot. Guy Fawkes Night aka Bonfire Night 🔥 is celebrated throughout Britain each year on November 5th.
Remember, Remember, the 5th of November, The Gunpowder Treason and Plot.
I see of no reason why Gunpowder and Treason should ever be forgot. Guy Fawkes, Guy Fawkes, 'Twas his intent. To blow up the King and the Parliament. Three score barrels of powder below. Poor old England to overthrow.
WORKMEN SOUGHT to repair Damages Incurred on this Guy Fawkes’ Day; my Feckless Nephew found his Amusement in setting the Bonfire in the Servants’ Hall. The Effigy built was a Fine Likeness–alas, not to the Perpetrator, who deserves a Touch of Flame more than Fawkes does.
So, let’s take a look at what we see here. The first thing you notice is the missing puzzle piece with a lone red rose laying on the bed. Red roses normally symbolize undying love and affection, and most importantly, loyalty.
Next we have the two items of wall art, namely the painting and the calendar. These are both extremely interesting. The painting is La Mort de Marat, or, The Death of Marat, by Jacques-Louis David in 1793. The calendar is simple, showing only the month of November, however the date of the 5th is circled in red. This represents Guy Fawkes Day (see excerpts below).
And, more specifically on Guy Fawkes Day:
All three of these things in one teaser together are fascinating. We already know B.A.P are a very, very socially aware group. Personally, with the state of politics the way it is not only in Korea, but worldwide, I would not be surprised if this ended up being a social commentary on the current state of events.