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Persephone's origin is not mentioned in the movie. But she mentions about silver bullets ,thus suggesting that Merovingian has a werewolf background. The DVD Behind the scenes mentions that she is a vampire that seeks after emotions. She admires the love that Trinity and Neo holds for each other. She also mentions about the love that she had once enjoyed, ...


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It relates to the training areas of the first movie. If you recall, the ships are there in order to broadcast a 'hacker signal' into the Matrix in order to get their people inside it. This requires them to travel a great distance away from Zion. From this we can deduce that this is not the Matrix. Further, recall that where they trained Neo (and ...


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No, a pretty much official explanation exists. And the question is not really "open". As I've stated in this answer, it's explained by the fact that when Neo comes into contact with the Source (i.e. when he meets the Architect), his brain becomes a wireless connection. After all, the real time in the Matrix franchise is set in a tech-wise advanced future, ...


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The Oracle's main function is to counterbalance the Architect. It was the Oracle and the Architect who built The Matrix, and the events in the trilogy are actually taking place in the third Matrix, as the first 2 failed. The Oracle stands for free will, whereas the Architect stands for order. As a result, I'd find it difficult to tie Turing's oracle into ...


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This is not the first matrix, its third one and Oracle helped Architect to build this one. From the failure of previous two matrix, Oracle and Architect given the humans 'free will'. So Oracle always in support of free will for Humans. Her action sometimes cause imbalance in matrix but Architect is always there to control the effects. Like other agents and ...


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I think the answer is that it was suggested a supermatrix, because it's more likely within the matrix's universe, considering the machine's cold logic, but the idea was possible abandoned. Why a super-matrix? The machines where able to defeat Neo and Agent Smith, and his viral propagation, at the same time, and took Zion after the battle. If the machines' ...


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The Original Movie script (post adaptation) sheds some light on this: I believed that all I had to do was point my finger and anoint whoever I chose. I was wrong, Neo. Terribly wrong. Not a day or night passes that I do not think of them. After the fifth, I lost my way. I doubted everything the Oracle had said. I doubted myself. And ...


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It could. The idea of a "dream within a dream" was probably popularized by the Edgar Allan Poe poem, published in 1849, and so the idea has had time to pervade the public meme space.



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