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Beyond the Matrix: Revolutions and Revelations

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Can we unplug? The groundbreaking Matrix trilogy dares us to do something as terrifying as Neo's leap from a skyscraper and discover our true selves and live our unique lives. Citing scenes from all three movies, Stephen Faller plugs into the richly textured and deeply interwoven network of religion, philosophy, Western values, and popular culture to reveal the films' many ...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published January 1st 2004 by Chalice Press
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