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The Matrix is an AmericanAustralianis film that came out in 1999 It is considered a science fiction action film written and directed by The Wachowski Brothers The Matrix is a film filled with religious and philosophical symbolismIt depicts a dystopian future in which reality as perceived by most humans is actually a simulated reality or cyberspace called the Matrix created by sentient machines to pacify and subdue the human population while their bodies heat and electrical activity are used as an energy sourceWikipedia At first the movie can seem rather truly fictional and as far from reality but there is a parallel one has found to our real world and societies of today The Matrix in a sense challenges one to look deeper and see whether they are living under the influence of an overpowering source or at liberty to think do and live in a self governing type of state It addresses the issue of societys role in our lives We are all to some degree influenced by the thoughts and actions of others but at the same time we have the ability to question draw our own conclusions and make our own choices Trinity tells Neo The Matrix can not tell you who you are In the movie the main character Neo is a young software engineer and part-time hacker He is driven to learn what lies behind the cryptic references to the Matrix that appear on his computer He is trying to discover the answer to the question What is the Matrix He is drawn to find truth Neo has always had questions about his reality but unknowingly the truth is far beyond what he may imagine As the movie moves along Morpheus and his crew enter on stage they have all been freed from the Matrix Morpheus is the captain of the Nebuchadnezzar which is a hovercraft of the human forces of the last human city fighting
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