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In my opinion (and this is only my opinion and not backed by facts or director's commentary), the "goo" is the mirror. It's just the mirror melting, and when he touches it, the "goo" begins to cover his body. I think this was done to reflect a dream-like-yet-wide-awake state, similar to an acid trip. If you've ever done any type of psychadelia, ...


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A similar question (about the liquid mirror) has been asked at the Sci Fi Stack Exchange. The following, although complete speculation, is from the highest rated answer: On one level, the liquid mirror is just a manifestation of the dissolution of the fake reality of the Matrix. It evokes a dreamlike quality in keeping with Morpheus' lines during the ...



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