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I disagree with the interpretations I have read so far of this story. Though the facts might have been right I trust in other meaning of the ending. What the creator was trying to present was that the machine also had "feelings", these were of love, and lust for the girl. Initially the girl, in order to convert it in the weird Matrix simulation, shows she cares for him, and accepts his advances. However soon we have the attack of the machines, and the woman asks for the "converted machine's" help, the machine saves her. It thinks she loves him too, at least in its humanoid matrix form. So it plugs her back. Her reaction of horror and terror when she wakes up in the matrix simulation and sees the machine confuse it. She dies of fear and disgust even.The final stage of the converted robot staring out on the beach is the saddest in the series, the machine was fooled into believing it should be cared for and loved by a human, seen as an equal, but it was only being used, no matter how clever (quote from the short "they are only meant to serve"), and it was fooled into believing it should be otherwise. This is essentially the lesson which the machines had learned the difficult way, when they initially rebelled vs the humans, no matter how difficult they tried they were never accepted. Thus the war. This "runner" learned the human capacity for sheer manipulation the difficult way.
I'm stunned by the previous review. I thought the CG animations at the end were exquisite. My favourite of the 9 by far (well, 'Beyond' was also beautiful). Sophisticated, breathtaking and very trippy. And all on top really deep concepts:Scientist: "How do they know that the true globe isn't just other simulation? How do you?"Alexa: "I know I'm not dreaming actually because I know what it's like being in a dream."Scientist: "So dreaming lets you know that reality exists."Alexa: "No - only that my mind exists. I'm not sure about anything else."
The ninth and final Animatrix short, as well as the longest, running at about 16 minutes. This is the most surreal of them all, with downright psychedelic images. The animation is amazing, well-done 2D Animé with well-integrated and utterly stunning 3D CGI elements. One can say that this was done by Peter Chung(directed as well as written), the boy who brought the globe Aeon Flux(the tv series, *not* the movie). With a brief philosophical debate making up nearly all of the dialog in this, this also has meal for thought, including some in the primary concept of it, in which there is nice irony. The sound and visuals are impeccably well-done. I should imagine many not enjoying this on acc of how weird it is(not to tell that anyone who doesn't care for this has that particular reason for it), it definitely is not for everyone. There is a making of on this, as with all the others(albeit in a couple of cases, two share one), on the DVD, and it is an interesting watch at almost seven minutes. There are different disturbing things here, and it will be up to the individual viewer to decide what is and what isn't, really. I suggest this to fanatics of the Matrix universe, trippy, off-beat and imaginative efforts and/or science fiction. 7/10
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