Interviews from the Set of 'The Matrix Revolutions'

16 min

I got nothing, sir.

No sign of Niobe or Ghost.

Nothing but blue pills.

- Should we try to contact them?

- Won't matter. My gut says they're down.

- We should start back.

- If that ship can fly, we need it.

I was afraid you'd say that.

Search every pipe, every hole,

every crack we know.

Sweep as wide as possible,

as fast as possible.

- Lines are crawling with calamari.

- The sooner we find them the better.

- Thought you could use something to eat.

- Thank you.

Any change?


- How is he?

- He's gonna be fine.

At least until he wakes up.

- What do you mean?

- Captain has some questions for him.

He'd better have some good answers.

You see these cuts?

I think they're self-inflicted.

- Why?

- VDTs maybe. I don't know.

But like I said,

the answer better be good.

Roland, I'd like to run another search

through the Matrix.

- For what?

- For Neo.

How could he be in the Matrix, sir?

He's not plugged in.

Please, for me.

This is what keeps bothering me.


His neural patterns don't read

like someone who's in a coma.

The strange thing is,

I see these patterns all the time.

- Where?

- On someone jacked in.

The big bupkes. Nada.

He's not in there.

- Sir, I got the projections.

- How long?

Based on point of entry and the past speed,

the machines will be in Zion in 20 hours.

Jesus H. Christ.

All right, let's move with a purpose.

AK, I want you on holographics.

Mauser, I want forward and aft guns

manned at all times.

And make sure we are running

on as few pads as possible.

- Hey! You got a call.

- What?


It's Seraph.

I bring word from the Oracle.

You must come at once.

Good morning.

- Who are you?

- My name is Sati. Your name is Neo.

My papa says you're not supposed

to be here. He says you must be lost.

Are you lost, Neo?

- Where am I?

- This is the train station.

- This isn't the Matrix?

- That's where the train goes.

That's where we're going,

but you cannot go with us.

- Why not?

- He won't let you.

- Who won't?

- The Trainman. I don't like him.

But my papa says we have to do

what the Trainman says...

...or else he will leave us here

forever and ever.

Morpheus, Trinity,

thank you for coming.

One thing I've learned in all my years... that nothing ever works out

the way you want it to.

- Who are you?

- I'm the Oracle.

I wish there was an easy way to get

through this, but there ain't.

I'm sorry this had to happen.

I'm sorry I couldn't be sitting here

like you remember me...

...but it wasn't meant to be.

- What happened?

I made a choice, and that choice

cost me more than I wanted it to.

What choice?

To help you, to guide Neo.

Now, since the real test for any choice

is having to make the same choice again...

...knowing full well

what it might cost...

...I guess I feel pretty good

about that choice...

...because here I am, at it again.

- Do you know what happened to Neo?

- Yes.

He is trapped in a place between

this world and the machine world.

The link is controlled by a program

called the Trainman.

He uses it to smuggle programs

in and out of the Matrix.

If he finds out where Neo is

before you get to him...

...then I'm afraid our choices

are going to become difficult.

- Why?

- Because of who the Trainman works for.

The Merovingian.

He has placed a bounty on your lives.

You must be careful at all times.

Seraph knows how to find the Trainman.

He'll go with you.

For years he has protected me.

I hope he can do the same for you.

Please, follow me.


I know, Morpheus.

I can see you're filled with doubt,

clouded by uncertainty.

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