In the movie V for Vendetta, the first thing we see is V and Evey mirroring each other and then Evey gets in trouble and V saves her.
I find that so strange because it would be so not making sense for a person with such big visions to waste his time wandering in the city and saving individuals especially that night in which he had a very huge plan.
Also he takes her with him which would bring nothing but trouble and makes no sense.
Later as we discover her background we see that she was the best possible person to choose as a colleague because of the things that had happened to her brother and parents.
Also V himself says in that first scene after saving her:
I (like God) do not play with dice and do not believe in coincidence.
Here I find the sentence I don't play with dice so deliberate. Implying that either V has actively arranged things to go that way or that he is believing in fate and superstition.
But I find the latter simply so cheap.
Therefore, although I didn't notice this getting clear anywhere in the movie I'm assuming that he knew about her background and he had plans for her.
However, later in the radio station when she has passed out after saving his life, we see him doubting so much to take her to his home which does not fit to my theory of him having plans for her to make her somehow his colleague.
Can someone please help me answer this contradiction?