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It only took 5 years and 6 months for a source to surface. Lilly Wachowski (formerly known as Andy Wachowski) says, indeed, Switch was supposed to have different genders in the Matrix and Real World in recent NetFlix interview. She says, among other things: ... we had the character of Switch who was like a character, who'd be like a man in the Real World, ...


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I don't think Smith is a mouth piece. He's a program in the Matrix and has a specific purpose like every other program. His job is gate-keeping. Like all agents Smith ensures humans hacking into the Matrix are located and terminated. He's specifically tracking Morpheus to get to Zions location. Now this is his purpose as a program. But unlike the others he ...


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What the Architect explains is, the Matrix is in the 6th iteration, and with each iteration (from the 3rd onward), the code that allows human choice produces a "The One". The One tries to fight the system, fails, his code gets assimilated into the Matrix willingly (as the alternative is the threat of human extinction), the system is rebooted into a ...


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That's a great question actually, and the answer applies to real life as well! He wasn't the one by that time, because he didn't choose to, he didn't accept it yet. The further conversation reveals this: The Oracle: I'm sorry kid. You got the gift. But it seems you're waiting for something. Only at that moment when he decided to do what needed to be done, ...


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