Bane/Smith and Neo are both in an unconscious state. The former is said to be merely asleep, whereas neural patterns of Neo are identical to those of people who are connected to the Matrix. Morpheus, dispirited after the destruction of the Nebuchadnezzar and discovering the true nature of the Prophecy at the end of the last film, starts a search for Neo within the Matrix despite him not being jacked in. Neo is in fact trapped in a limbo: a subway station named “Mobil Avenue” that is a transition zone between the Matrix and the Source (the Machine mainframe). “Mobil” is notably an anagram for “Limbo”.
The younger half of the writing-directing-producing team The Wachowski Brothers, Andy Wachowski dropped out of Emerson College in Boston to pursue a career in show business. Collaborating with his older brother Larry, the duo completed their first script which was optioned by producer Dino De Laurentiis and eventually became the Warner Bros. feature “Assassins” (1995). Another writer polished the script, so the finished product, starring Sylvester Stallone and Antonio Banderas as hit men, veered between generic actioner and character study and ended up a box-office disappointment.
The Wachowskis chose a chancy project for their directorial debut, “Bound” (1996), a romance-thriller featuring Jennifer Tilly and Gina Gershon as criminal lesbians in love. Drawing on influences as varied as Billy Wilder (“Double Indemnity” 1944), Roman Polanski (“Chinatown” 1974) and Sam Raimi (“The Evil Dead” 1983), the brothers set out to create a modern film noir that would invert the genre. With… read more
Born on June 21, 1965, in Chicago, Illinois, Lana Wachowski grew up as Laurence Wachowski with younger brother Andy. The two entered filmmaking as screenwriters and directed 1996’s film Bound before going on to helm the groundbreaking Matrix films. They later produced V for Vendetta, and directed the films Speed Racer and Cloud Atlas. Lana has also become a lauded spokesperson for transgender rights.Early Life and Career
Lana Wachowski was born on June 21, 1965, to parents Lynne and Ron Wachowski. Lana grew up as Laurence Wachowski (also known as Larry Wachowski) in Chicago, Illinois, with younger brother Andy Wachowski. Though biologically male, as a child Larry also identified with girls, existing between both genders and later struggling with depression and suicidal ideation due to social stigma.
Wachowski attended Whiney M. Young Magnet High School, taking on TV and theater programs, before going on to Bard College. She eventually dropped out to work for a… read more
This is a great movie but it has one hickup. When the 2nd and 3rd Matrix movies where written they were one story that was then seperated and the dramatic arc's wheren't spaced out right. The begining with the Merovingian shouldn't be there. That being said the end of this movie is truly great. Neo sacrifices his life to end th conflict between man and machine once and for all.
The Matrix films get progressively worse, which is sad because they should have done the opposite.
Para finalizar, o mais fraquinho da trilogia, com diálogos que rompem a barreira do ridículo e histórias paralelas ainda mais ridículas e irrelevantes. Neo quase pôs tudo a perder por um motivo BEM egoísta. Porém, no final, ele se entrega. Percebe que PRECISA abrir mão de sua individualidade para que todos possam sobreviver. E assim, o fim ("o retorno à fonte") fecha o ciclo iniciado com a "saída" da mesma fonte.