Wachowski Brothers Transcript
Nov. 6, 1999
to the first live Virtual Theatre presentation in the
world! Tonight you'll be able to watch The Matrix with
special guests Andy and Larry Wachowski, the creators of the
says: Can you give any information on the sequels, or
even confirm their existence?
WachowskiBros: Yes, we are working on them right now.
Well, we would be working on them right now except we
have to be here in the chat room right now, LOL
says: Do you practice Martial Arts?
WachowskiBros: No, we do not, but we watch a lot of
Kung Fu movies.
says: Why didn't you both do the commentary on the DVD,
WachowskiBros: That's a two-part answer. Part one
is that we believe that film is a collaborative media,
that's why we never take a film credit. We think the
other artists who help create a film are important and
interesting, and for people who want to understand the
process of filmmaking. And the second part is, that
we were too tired.
says: Which Anime inspired you the most and why?
WachowskiBros: We liked Ghost in the Shell and the
Ninja Scroll and Akira in anime. One thing that they do that
we tried to bring to our film was a juxtaposition of time and
space in action beats.
says: Is there anything in The Matrix which you weren't
too happy with; wished you could have done differently?
WachowskiBros: That would require the rest of the
chat to answer! But, we'll answer that in general we're
fairly happy with the way it turned out.
says: Would you consider yourselves computer nerds?
WachowskiBros: You got the second part right, just
says: Were you excited about DVD as a medium for your
movies to go to the homes of the masses?
WachowskiBros: As a technology, DVD is an exciting
medium. But like many technologies, it still needs to be
developed by the users of the technology.
says: What is the role or faith in the movie? Faith
in oneself first and foremost - or in something else?
WachowskiBros: Hmmmm...that is a tough question! Faith
in one's self, how's that for an answer?
says: Will there be a directors' cut of The Matrix with
any deleted scenes or out-takes?
WachowskiBros: Nope, nope! Because we were pretty
happy with the way it turned out.
says: The two of you seemed to have a great relationship
together for the making of this movie. Have you always
been very close?
WachowskiBros: We just met actually. Tonight!
says: What comic books inspired the look of the Matrix?
WachowskiBros: The largest influence from the comic
book world on the actual design would be the art of Geof
on the DVD Now: Scene of Fed Express delivery man
giving package to Neo in the office cubicle:
This is the very first scene we shot in the movie,
on our first day, this scene that's playing right now, the
scene with the FedEx guy. 18 set-ups in one day.
says: If you get the chance to make a Matrix spin-off
TV series will you?
WachowskiBros: Maybe. Especially if it could be in
says: Which one of you is the older brother?
WachowskiBros: I am.
says: What did the humans do to scorch the sky?
WachowskiBros: We'll answer that question later.
says: How long did it take to film in Sydney? Was the
entire movie shot in Sydney?
WachowskiBros: 118 days, and yes. Playing on the
DVD Now: Scene of Neo on the ledge of the office
building, trying to escape from the agents:
Actually, this is Keanu Reeves actually getting out
onto an actual ledge, without a stunt man. He does this entire
scene without a stunt man, and it's 34 floors up.
says: Were the filmmakers influenced by Alex Proyas's
similarly-themed "Dark City"?
WachowskiBros: No, but we thought it was very strange
that Australia came to have three films associated with
it that were all about the nature of reality -- Dark
City, The Truman Show and The Matrix.
says: How would you say Bound and the Matrix are similar?
WachowskiBros: Both films examine the idea of an individual
searching for their true self while attempting to escape
the box that we often make of our lives.
says: What do the time 9:18 and the date 9/18 signify?
Is this a personal reference?
WachowskiBros: That's my wife's birthday (said Andy).
says: How long did the lobby scene take to shoot?
WachowskiBros: It took 12 days to shoot the lobby
says: Which scene are you guys most happy with? Favorite?
For me it was when NEO was on his way to Morpheus the
WachowskiBros: If you're talking about the pill scene,
that's our favorite too.
on the DVD Now: Scene where the bug was being put
into Neo's stomach by the Agents
That was a prosthetic stomach, by the way.
says: Did the movie Johnny Mnemonic play a role in casting
Keanu Reeves for the role of Neo?
says: Why was it filmed in Australia?
says: There are quite a few hidden messages in the movie
that I notice the more I watch it. Can you tell me about
how many there are?
WachowskiBros: There are more than you'll ever know.
says: Did you guys take a nice holiday after the film
opened? You deserve it!
WachowskiBros: Thank you very much! And we did.
says: What do you think of the fans of the Matrix?
WachowskiBros: We love them.
says: Are you prepared to become legends?
WachowskiBros: Legends of what?
says: You guys BIG Jackie Chan fans?
WachowskiBros: Yes, we love a lot of Hong Kong cinema.
Jackie Chan in Drunken Master II is fantastic.
says: What about the animals in the Matrix? Are they
real animals or just computer-generated images?
WachowskiBros: Sadly, they are all computer-generated
says: Is it true that you got some of your ideas from
the Vertigo comic The Invisibles?
WachowskiBros: We do enjoy that comic, but no.
says: What exactly was the mirror made of? Was it the
same stuff they injected into Morpheus? Why silver?
WachowskiBros: The mirror is actually a mirror. When
Neo sees it it's a hallucination, but it's the direct
result of the pill Morpheus had given Neo. Reflections in
general are a significant theme in the film. The ideas of
worlds within worlds. The idea of the reflection, the two
Neo's in Morpheus glasses represents the two lives that Neo is
leading. In the left lens, we see the blue pill and Thomas
Anderson, and in the right lens, we see the red pill and
on the DVD Now: Scene where Neo is breaking out
of the pod
WachowskiBros: We're pretty happy with the way this
scene turned out. Keanu did some amazing work in this
scene which included six hours every morning of prosthetic
makeup. And he had to sit in a freezing cold vat of goo for
another six hours.
says: Are you surprised by the amount of Internet life
that The Matrix has spawned, fan sites etc?
WachowskiBros: Surprised? Yes, very, surprised. We are
very, completely stupefied by the fan response to the film.
says What kind of drug does the red pill contain?
WachowskiBros: It's like a computer virus that's meant
to disrupt Neo's life signal so that they can pinpoint
where Neo's body is in the power plant. Playing on the DVD
Now:Scene where all the acupuncture needles were in Neo
and they were rebuilding his muscles
I was very happy with the Don Davis score in this
scene, that included his use of a boy soprano, which
I thought was very eerie. Don had a great idea, to use
a human voices choir in scenes like the power plant and
scenes on the Neb to sort of suggest the plight of humanity.
says: Which is your favorite flick?
WachowskiBros: Too many to answer.
says: When did you think about making this movie for
the very first time? Was there a kind of special inspiration
given by any event, occasion or something like that?
WachowskiBros: It all happened very rapidly. We were
working on another comic book, and a friend asked us if we had
any ideas for a new series. And we said no, and then we just
started talking about a couple of ideas that we had been
working on in connection to cyberpunk fiction. And, a
whole idea sort of exploded, over a period of about three
says: Where were you born?
says: So, WAS the Japanese animation Megazone 23 an
inspiration for the Matrix? The stories seem very similar.
WachowskiBros: I've never seen it. But send us a copy, it
says: How did you guys come up with the idea for The
Matrix? Playing video games? Shock therapy?
WachowskiBros: No, designer drugs.
says: Are all the religious symbolism and doctrine throughout
this movie intentional, or not?
WachowskiBros: Most of it is intentional. One of the
things we tried to do with the Neb for when we were shooting
"in the real world" was use long lenses to separate
the humans from the backgrounds, as opposed to when
we shot the Matrix we used short lenses to place the
humans in specific deep spaces. We also tinted all of
the lights blue in the "real world" and green in the
on the DVD Now: Scene where Morpheus and Neo are
discussing the scorched earth in the Matrix
WachowskiBros: There have been many questions about
the history that Morpheus suggests in this scene, and we have
written the history in a fair amount of detail, and we often
have hoped that if we did an anime series, we would tell
the story of this history and the story of the first
One. Somebody asked us about the liquification of humans.
That's what they feed the people in the pods, the dead
people are liquefied and fed to the living people in the
pods. Always recycle! It's a statement on recycling.
says: Do you reflect your personality on Neo's character?
Were you/are you...hackers?
WachowskiBros: We're probably not good enough to call
ourselves hackers, like NEO.
says: Will there ever be a Matrix video game?
WachowskiBros: Hopefully yes. If things work out the
way we want them to, the video game will be released when the
next movie comes out, and it will actually have something to
do with the movie.
says: Who came up with the wardrobe, because Trinity's
outfits rocked? So did Morpheus' and Neo's. Was it part
of the original script?
WachowskiBros: We described her as a woman in black
leather in the script. But, mainly the costumes were
designed by Kym Barrett.
says: Since you have worked with the same composer and
cinematographer (the great Bill Pope) did you find that it
was easier to think ahead about a visual or musical style for
WachowskiBros: Did Bill Pope ask this question?
No, but it's easier to execute them. You develop a
shorthand language with people you've worked with before.
You tell Bill "We need a 'B' move", and he knows what to do.
says: My friends and I are wondering what anime you
showed the producers to get this movie green-lighted?
WachowskiBros: If only it had been that easy. We had
to draw the entire movie and Keanu Reeves had to agree
to do the movie before anybody green-lit it.
says: Also, the special effects rocked, was the script
conceived knowing the special effects were available,
or were the special effects conceived to make the script
WachowskiBros: Some of the special effects had to
be invented, mainly Bullet Time.
says: What are the odds of the Wachowskis directing
a "straight up" live action adaptation of an anime?
WachowskiBros: I thought we did.
says: How long did it take to come up with the script,
because it's great?
WachowskiBros: We wrote the script before we had even
directed Bound. And had been working on it up until
the time of production.
says: When did you first think you would have such a
huge hit on your hands?
WachowskiBros: It kind of was like a giant art house
hit, in that it just kept going and going and people kept
talking about it, and there was never a moment where people
were like "it's huge." People liked it, and it just kept
says: Are you going to do any projects besides the Matrix?
WachowskiBros: Maybe. If we're still alive.
on the DVD Now: Kung-fu training with Morpheus
This is all Keanu (the scene being shown live during
the chat), this is Keanu running up the pillar and doing
the full airborne 360.
says: Is it hard to work as brothers? Don't you disagree
WachowskiBros: Mom flies down to the set every day
to settle every one of our arguments.
says: Rumor has it that Cypher is not dead. Is this
WachowskiBros: If you ask Joey Pants, it is. Joey
Pants started that rumor.
on the DVD Now: The jump scene where Morpheus jumps
from one building to another
WachowskiBros: That shot, where Morpheus jumps up
out of frame, we called "The Worst Camera Operator Shot
in the World."
says: Isn't it rather ironic that Morpheus and his crew
are completely dependent upon technology and computers,
the very evils against which they are fighting?
says: What is The Matrix?
WachowskiBros: About two hours and fifteen minutes
on the DVD Now: Scene entering the building where
they ambushed by agents
WachowskiBros: Those doors are actually made out of
says: What made you decide on the green tint for being
in the Matrix?
WachowskiBros: It was a whole motif inspired by the
phosphorous green of old PCs.
on the DVD Now: Agent training where woman in red
WachowskiBros: People don't realize how important
this scene is. Because we are all staring at the woman
in the red dress! There's actually twins and triplets
that we hired in that scene. And all of the clothes are based
on black and white costumes, like nuns, chefs, brides,
sailors. We had the idea that Mouse just doubled people
instead of making originals. But we couldn't afford to do it
digitally, so we ended up hiring as many doubles, or as
many twins, as we could find in Sydney. It was kind of
like a bad dream on the set.
says: How did you get the money for "The Matrix"?
WachowskiBros: Begged. And the big-hearted Warner
Brothers came through.
says: Would you like to direct Jackie Chan?
says: Have you guys been approached to direct Batman?
WachowskiBros: Yes, but we thought we'd be busy doing
on the DVD Now: Sentinels looking for the Neb and
then Cypher with Agent Smith in restaurant
WachowskiBros: We're pretty happy with the way the
sentinels turned out. The digital artist that John Gaeta
found did some amazing work. Cypher, at the beginning of this
scene, is setting up an automated system to allow him to go
meet with Agent Smith. By the way, this steak was one of
the best steaks we had in Sydney. We got to eat all of
the ones that Cypher didn't finish. Several of the cast
members actually got sick eating this stuff during this
says: Could you say a little about the sound design
which was terrific such as the slo-mo bullet ripple
effects, Foley effects.
WachowskiBros: Dane Davis is a genius. He built all
of these sound effects from all kinds of original sounds.
He'd put bullets on strings and whirled them around
his studio, he digitized raindrops against windowpanes
to create the sound of the Matrix code.
says: Have you been approached with any sci-fi scripts
and do you have plans to do any?
WachowskiBros: Right now, we're focusing just on Matrix
2 and 3.
says: Just out of curiosity, do you guys hold to any
says: How did you choose the music?
WachowskiBros: For the most part, we chose the music
ourselves. But we hired a consultant D.J. in LA named Jason
Bentley, a musical whiz kid, who had a lot of swell ideas.
says: Will Joe Pantoliano be the DeNiro to your Scorsese,
the Divine to your John Waters?
WachowskiBros: There is a court order against Joe
Pantoliano for coming within 100 feet of us.
says: How many bluescreen/greenscreen shots are in this
WachowskiBros: That's a good question. There are 450
digital effect shots, but green screen? Probably about
says: Did ideas from Buddhism influence you in making
WachowskiBros: Yes. There's something uniquely interesting
about Buddhism and mathematics, particularly about quantum
physics, and where they meet. That has fascinated us
for a long time.
says: Will you use Yeun Woo Ping again?
WachowskiBros: Hell yes!
says: Do you think The Matrix will develop a cult following
in the decades to come?
WachowskiBros: We hope it's as big as the Night of
on the DVD Now: Scene where Neo and Morpheus enter
WachowskiBros: This is my wife (Andy) about to be
on the screen here. She comes in right there! Awesome
says: The phrase "paying taxes" comes up a few times.
WachowskiBros: Because we usually couldn't afford
to pay ours. It is an examination of what is and is not
says: I am a computer artist and I am very interested
in knowing what type of computers and software you used to
create the 3D effects?
WachowskiBros: A lot of the guys at Mannex wrote their
programs with Softimage. We think.
says: Is the title "The Matrix" related to the mitochondrial
matrix located in cells; the site of cell respiration,
the creation of energy in humans?
WachowskiBros: Like the movie itself, there is a lot
of word play, a lot of hidden other meanings, a lot of
multiple meanings. Besides that, we also like the definition,
the mathematical definition of the use of matrix, or the use
of it in terms of a woman's womb.
says: Do you surf fan sites? Do you have the time?
WachowskiBros: We've looked at a few. There are some
cool ones out there.
says: What is the significance of Neo eating the Oracle's
WachowskiBros: There was a piece cut out of the movie
that explained the significance more. It's hard to explain.
says: Have you ever been told that the Matrix has Gnostic
WachowskiBros: Do you consider that to be a good thing?
says: Any chance of novels being written above and beyond
the movie, like Star Wars?
says: The Matrix was very-well received by critics,
as well. Did that surprise you? How much stock do you
hold in critics?
WachowskiBros: There were some critics that really
didn't like it. Did it surprise us that some liked it?
You don't really hold much stock in critics, you tend to
make movies for first, yourselves, and second, your audience.
And the greatest thing about critics is that sometimes they
can help find your audience.
says: What was the thinking behind the use of numbers
that can be read both ways like 303 on the hotel door
where Neo meets his destiny?
WachowskiBros: Like the wordplay, there's a lot of
numbers play in the movie as well.
says: What were your fondest moments while filming The
on the DVD Now: Where they are trying to escape
the agents inside the wall of the building
WachowskiBros: This scene, this set right here, the
wet wall, is something like forty-eight feet high, and
they are actually really worming their way down with wires.
This was a hard stunt.
says: Do you surf the net? If so, where do you go?
WachowskiBros: We're everywhere.
says: Do you believe that our world is in some way similar
to "The Matrix," that there is a larger world outside
of this existence?
WachowskiBros: That is a larger question than you
actually might think. We think the most important sort
of fiction attempts to answer some of the big questions.
One of the things that we had talked about when we first had
the idea of The Matrix was an idea that I believe philosophy
and religion and mathematics all try to answer. Which
is, a reconciling between a natural world and another
world that is perceived by our intellect.
says: Confronted with Neo's choice, which would you
WachowskiBros: Blue pill.
says: What response did you get from established filmmakers
upon the Matrix's release? Any unexpected phone calls
WachowskiBros: We had a lot of wonderful comments.
says: What comment do you have to those who say that
the Matrix will probably be recognized as the first 21st
WachowskiBros: Well, first we'd be grateful for the
comment. Then we'd have to point out the clerical error
that it's in the 20th Century, and not the 21st until
says: Did you do camcorder films or other film practice
that helped you direct?
WachowskiBros: No, nothing on video, but we did fiddle
around with 16 mm film.
says: What is the symbolism of all the analog rotary
WachowskiBros: There's a couple of meanings. We liked
the analog nature of older technology. We liked the
suggestion of old original phone hackers. It sort of suggested
the big Rube Goldberg device that's in the mirror scene.
Playing on the DVD Now:
WachowskiBros: That's the largest translight ever
constructed (interesting fact). That is actual mercury
in the hypodermic needle, by the way. It was considered
one of our most dangerous sets, because we had mercury,
it had to be poured into the hypodermic needle.
says: What was it like seeing the movie with an audience
for the first time?
says: Was the Alice in Wonderland theme just a whim,
or do you guys have a big love of it?
WachowskiBros: Big fan! It is a brilliant book. Many
of the themes we tried to echo in The Matrix.
says: I noticed that The Matrix is currently #30 in
the IMDB top 250. That's quite an achievement. How do
you feel about being classified with other legendary films and
says: What happens to all the gadgets in this movie
after it is done filming?
WachowskiBros: Most of them are so fragile they break
as soon as you're done filming. And Joel Silver collects
says: Why were they only able to jack in through hard
lines, but still able to communicate over cell?
WachowskiBros: Good question! Mostly we felt that the
amount of information that was being sent into the Matrix
required a significant portal. Those portals, we felt, were
better described with the hard lines rather than cell lines.
We also felt that the rebels tried to be invisible when
they hacked, that's why all the entrances and exits
were sort of through decrepit and low traffic areas
of the Matrix.
says: The guy that played the lead agent was worryingly
convincing, did it take a long time to find him?
WachowskiBros: Yes, actually, and that was one of the
fortuitous things about going to Sydney, is that it led us to
says: You said in an interview that string theory might
show up in the film, did it?
WachowskiBros: Maybe in the next one, I (Larry) have
just now begun to understand string theory.
says: What's your favorite music?
WachowskiBros: We love all music.
says: How did you finally chose the names of the characters?
WachowskiBros: They were all chosen carefully, and
all of them have multiple meanings.
says: How many times have you seen the movie yourselves?
WachowskiBros: More than everyone.
says: How hard was it to get the kind of budget you
wanted for this film?
WachowskiBros: We had to go across the world to secure
says: Do you have any funny stories from filming you
would like to share?
WachowskiBros: That newspaper had to be actually a
giant piece of metal with newspaper glued to metal pages.
How's that for funny?
says: What is your fave line in the movie?
WachowskiBros: "Dodge this." And, "There is no spoon."
We also liked that one.
says: Do all of the things that happen in the Matrix
have some computer-based analogy...or did you just do some of
it because it was cool?
WachowskiBros: Yes. We like to try and pack as much
stuff as we can in when we do a movie. So some of the
stuff we do relates to the narrative, and some of the
stuff we do because we like.
says: Do you like Planet Of The Apes?
WachowskiBros: Yes, love it! "Get your damned dirty
hands off, you stinkin ape!"
says: The character Neo...Is Neo his real self and Thomas
Anderson who he is "required" to be?
WachowskiBros: Neo is Thomas Anderson's potential
says: Do you realize that your new ideas have changed
the way people will see movies in the future?
on the DVD Now: Describing Bullet Time
WachowskiBros: The idea of Bullet Time came about
because we wanted to shoot an event at incredibly high speed
which means slow motion, but move the camera at regular speed,
which is impossible. The first theory for Bullet Time
involved a rocket camera that was abandoned for safety
purposes. Then, John Gaeta suggested a digital solution.
Which brought it to the screen.
says: Which scene was the hardest to shoot?
WachowskiBros: The subway fight scene. It was incredibly
cold and everyone was very sick and it went 10 days
over schedule. And was particularly brutal to the two actors.
says: Have there been any discussions with comic book
companies to publish a monthly-type of comic based on the
Matrix, not just an adaptation, perhaps with Darrow
WachowskiBros: We're going to release another series
of stories on the web site. Geof Darrow is going to illustrate
a couple more short stories written by Andy and I. And,
we've toyed with the idea of continuing the story in
comic book form when the movies are finished.
says: Do you like John Woo's movies and style of shooting
scenes of action?
WachowskiBros: John Woo is a genius.
says: What do you think about Star Wars?
WachowskiBros: It was one of the first films that we
went berserk over when we were kids.
says: How long had you been working on writing the story
and was there re-writing going on while filming?
WachowskiBros: There was not much rewriting, a little
Somebody asked us about the street names in the movie
and all of them are significant. They are all based on
places in Chicago.
says: I love the casting of this film. Specifically,
Hugo Weaving. Why him?
WachowskiBros: We had seen the movie "Proof" and we
flew Hugo into L.A. to meet and he did a phenomenal
reading. And was willing to undergo the four months
of training. He's one of the finest actors we've ever
says: Did you ever consider doing a cameo appearance
in the movie?
WachowskiBros: We're too ugly!
(referring to the DVD) This shot here, the showdown
shot, is an homage to Sergio Leone.
says: I am amazed by the physical performance. The actors
had great training. What do you think?
WachowskiBros: We're amazed as well. We think all
four of them went beyond our expectations.
says: Any influence from Blade Runner?
WachowskiBros: Blade Runner was a benchmark science
fiction film, a masterpiece. Of course there's influence. But
we were like the only guys who liked that movie when we saw
it, everyone else hated it.
says: Did you know right away that it would be a trilogy?
WachowskiBros: We knew we had too much material for
says: Do you two feel that sci-fi is overlooked in the
WachowskiBros: We don't put much credence in the "awards"
(referring to the DVD) There are some fantastic stunts
in this sequence like THAT one! Both the Australian
stunt team and the Hong Kong stunt team worked very
well together in this scene.
says: Do you appreciate people dissecting your movie?
Do you find it a bit of an honor or does it annoy you a
little, especially when the person may have it all
WachowskiBros: There's not necessarily ever an "all
wrong." Because it's about what a person gets out of the
movie, what an individual gets out of the movie.
says: The whole idea of electronic stimuli of atrophied
muscles is great. Did you guys consult any medical experts
WachowskiBros: As a matter of fact, one of our best
friends is a doctor. He was the first guy to show us
our first autopsy.
on the DVD Now: Scene where Neo runs into the outdoor
market trying to escape the Agents
WachowskiBros: Watermelons, that was an homage to
Gallagher. On the TV, when Neo goes by there's an episode of
says: Am I really watching the movie right now, or am
I in...The Matrix?
WachowskiBros: Take another blue pill and call me
says: Why did you never show Zion?
WachowskiBros: We're saving it for Matrix 2.
says: What other projects did the cameraman work on
and where did you find him?
WachowskiBros: If you mean Bill Pope, he did our first
movie "Bound" and the masterpiece "Army of Darkness."
says: Do you plan to write any books about this?
WachowskiBros: There is a "Making Of" book that's
coming out later this year.
says: Do you believe one day, intelligent machines with
AI will actually rule the world?
WachowskiBros: Yes. If they don't already!
says: Who Invented Bullet Time photography?
WachowskiBros: The original concept was ours, but
the technical execution was from a company called Mannex.
says: Many take the Make of the Neb, "Mark 3, V.11"
and quote it from the Bible "Mark 3:11". Was this intended
or is it just the make and model of the Neb and nothing
more subliminal than that?
WachowskiBros: The Nebuchadnezzar is indeed a Biblical
reference, from the book of Daniel.
says: Will you ever tell the history of the Matrix in
says: Are you doing any personal presentations, anywhere?
says: Who unplugged Morpheus and told him about The
WachowskiBros: We hope to tell that story in another
medium one day.
says: How much of an influence was William Gibson in
the production and design of this movie?
WachowskiBros: We're big fans of William Gibson's
says: Your movie has many and varied connections to
myths and philosophies, Judeo-Christian, Egyptian, Arthurian,
and Platonic, just to name those I've noticed. How much of
that was intentional?
WachowskiBros: All of it.
Sorry we could only get to 1 percent of your questions.
We do appreciate all of your support. And we'll see
you in three years.
Well that's it. Thanks for participating in The Matrix
Virtual Theatre event. We'd also like to thank Larry and Andy
Wachowski for spending the evening with us.
back at this site for more Matrix events! And don't
forget to enter the contest to win an IBM Laptop with DVD-ROM
and signed copies of The Matrix DVD!
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