Matrix IV is a sequel to John Whitney's 1972 abstract film Matrix III, made from found footage of Atari music videos, combined with slowed down Atari 8-bit music; "The modernist avant-garde...
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An "extras-only" DVD, packed with documentaries and behind-the-scenes footage from the filming of the ground-breaking 1999 movie "The Matrix". Includes a rare interview with the elusive ... See full summary »
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Neo and the rebel leaders estimate that they have 72 hours until 250,000 probes discover Zion and destroy it and its inhabitants. During this, Neo must decide how he can save Trinity from a dark fate in his dreams.
Steven Matrix is one of the underworld's foremost hitmen until his luck runs out, and someone puts a contract out on him. Shot in the forehead by a .22 pistol, Matrix "dies" and finds ... See full summary »
Matrix IV is a sequel to John Whitney's 1972 abstract film Matrix III, made from found footage of Atari music videos, combined with slowed down Atari 8-bit music; "The modernist avant-garde ideology was based on originality and authenticity. After WW2, May '68 and the development of postmodern philosophy this was no longer a tenable position to defend. However, particular forms and ideas remained entangled with certain authors who were critically attributed their invention. After Pollock, no more drip paintings, they cried. This begs the question: why has the avant-garde classically been afraid of revisiting its ideas?" Written by