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Matrix, The - Where Did That Come From?
In the scene when Morphias is giving Neo the pills, the camera is just behind Neos chair. So you can just see the left arm of the chair. Then the camera changes to just next to Morphias and Neos hand is suddenly on the arm of the chair. He moved that fast?
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A copy of The Matrix
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Gary Rowe on 05-10-2000
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Comments:
TrueMidge writes:
I honestly don't think you can use this scene for any slipups. They filmed it with so many strange angles and effects (ie; Morph's glasses with two separate shots of Neo and the two pills) that perhaps they meant for it to be all loopy. Anything I see in this scene is just too sureal to find fault with. :)
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TRiNiTY writes:
Pretty much anything in the movie is too surreal to find fault with. The whole idea of the movie is that what we know as "real life" is in fact just a computer simulated reality, so how do we know that the Wachowski brothers simply didn't incorporate all these many seeming "slip-ups" into the movie in order to represent the programmers poor grasp of reality, or simply the illusion of the Matrix in itself?
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Somedude writes:
Well, in other parts of the movie he does move fast...(j/k)
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