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Matrix, The - They're Gone!
Go to the scene where Neo is in the helicopter and shoots the agents in the office room. Watch when the entire window pane falls down. We see on shot and then a cut to larger shot. In both shots, you can see clearly inside the room and no one is there. Neither the agents or Morpheus is in the room. (Probably because the producers thought it would be safer since there was a huge glass pane falling.)
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JEZ on 06-09-2000
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Bezelbub writes:
Actually, JEZ is perfectly correct, there is a slip-up. The scene he means is the one where we can see Neo shoot down the glass window from the outside. As the glass falls, we can quickly see into the room. No one's there. Odd considering that Neo hasn't shot any Agents yet and I don't think that Morpheus is going anywhere. Oh, and Cheekio, the Agents cannot enter the Matrix anywhere without taking people's bodies, besides, if you had seen the movie, you'd have known that after Agent Smith is shot, we see on of the expendable soldier types, who are all over the building, shot in the chest where Agent Smith fell. ski, after the Agents die, they have to take new bodies to interact in the Matrix again. That's why we see the soldiers they take before the Agents morph into their bodies.
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Tom writes:
Well, I think that JEZ _is_ right, because in the next scenes you can see Neo shooting the agents, so that they have to leave those dying bodies and 're-materialize' themselves. As they re-enter the Matrix, they occupy the guards' bodies (i.e. the guards' self-projections or anything), who stand outside in the corridor.
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ski writes:
If you look at the next scene it shows the agents in the other room.
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Cheekio writes:
The agents are in the room as agents, not having taken someone else's body to use. As soon as their shot, their digital self is gone, dissapeared, and they have to continue to take on other people's bodies. I don't know the rules to what they can become and what they can't, but that was one of the situations where they came into the matrix without having to use another person's body. No slip up there either.
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