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A promotional making-of documentary for the film Matrix, The (1999) that devotes its time to explaining... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Laurence Fishburne ... Himself

Joe Pantoliano ... Himself

Barrie M. Osborne ... Himself

Joel Silver ... Himself

Andy Wachowski ... Himself

Lana Wachowski ... Himself (as Larry Wachowski)

Keanu Reeves ... Himself

Carrie-Anne Moss ... Herself

Hugo Weaving ... Himself
Woo-ping Yuen ... Himself (as Yuen Wo Ping)
Robert 'Rock' Galotti ... Himself (as Rock Galotti)
Owen Paterson ... Himself
John Gaeta ... Himself

Janek Sirrs ... Himself

Directed by
Josh Oreck 
 
Produced by
Eric Matthies .... producer
Steven Mottram .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Jon Huck 
 
Cinematography by
George Jenne 
Paul Warren 
 
Film Editing by
Sandy Guthrie 
 
Editorial Department
Gary Williamson .... on-line editor
 
Music Department
Dino Herrmann .... composer: additional music
 
Thanks
Tina Carter .... special thanks
Bill Frazee .... special thanks
Jason Garrett .... special thanks
Noah Mizrahi .... special thanks
Phil Oosterhouse .... special thanks
Luke Reichinger .... special thanks
Matty Sidle .... special thanks
Tricia Todd .... special thanks
Hugh Walton .... special thanks
 

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USA:26 min
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This making-of is featured on the DVD of The Matrix (1999), released in Region 1 (USA and Canada) in 1999.See more »
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References Assassins (1995)See more »

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Condensed, 17 April 2009
Author: Grann-Bach (Grann-Bach@jubii.dk) from Denmark

This is a documentary on the regular, one-disc DVD of The Matrix(and one of the only extras in the set). It does, of course, go into that film. It consists of behind the scenes footage, interviews, artwork, storyboards and clips from the movie. Some of it also made it into Revisited. I would say that this is the better of the two. This doesn't waste any time. It's very informative, with plenty of material. The pacing is spot-on, there's a lot here, in little time... less than half an hour, or, more accurately, about 26 minutes. The people talking have things to say, and this doesn't particularly favor anyone over anyone else. The editing is sharp and tight. You don't just get an explanation, and peoples' takes on what the title is about, you also get a couple of anecdotes and you get to see bits of the crew and cast relaxing and having fun on set. Heck, even the brothers, for what appears to be one of the last times, certainly for this series, appear and you get an idea of what they're like. There is a tiny amount of fairly harsh language, and arguably a tad of violence. I recommend this to fans of the franchise, and/or anyone who wants to know what they can about this first piece. 8/10

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