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I have an additional reason to add (though I agree that the primary one is due to the greenish tint of computer screens like VT100s). The physical city where they shot The Matrix, Sydney, is also known as the Land of Oz (Oz, short for Aussies, short for Australia) and much of the city uses green marble as a tribute to the Emerald City of Oz. This made much ...


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Combination of CGI crowd, and actual extras holding still. Nothing complex. Once they hold still, they can use movie editing to freeze some parts of the screen. You would mask them out, only tracking changes in the actors you want. In other films, just keeping still is common. Dead people are just actors or extras not ...


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The practical answer is the one given by Architect. The system is set up to allow this. The Machines use the One to populate Zion. They provide the technology, the hover ships, built Zion. They allow the red pills to take red pills and live, using Agents as pawns to further this goal. The design the Matrix to allow these little rebellions as a check valve ...


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There is some speculation, but producer Javi Grillo-Marxuach said there is no connection between ALIE's (Lady in Red) VR City of Light, and the Matrix Blue/Red Pill. Then we get things like: It's hard to imagine that the entire Season 3 plot isn't somewhat inspired by the Matrix, but the Matrix isn't the first to do ...



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