The Matrix

The Matrix
The Matrix

Year

1999

Duration

130 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Imagine waking up one morning and discovering everything you believed to be true was, in fact, a lie. Computer whiz Neo has just that experience when he gets a visit from the mysterious and beautiful Trinity - one that sets him on a journey that changes his life forever. Not only is the story terrific and thought-provoking, The Matrix boasts eye-popping special effects and mind-blowing fight sequences.

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15 Classification

Contains strong fantasy violence.

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