It’s been two decades since audiences chose the red pill and entered the science-fiction world of The Matrix. The cast is joined by David Sims, film critic for the Atlantic and co-host of Blank Check podcast, to chase the white rabbit and discuss The Matrix’s lasting impact on film culture today.
Read David Sim’s writing in The Atlantic on why a movie like The Matrix might never be made again, Mark Harris's piece in Vulture on how The Matrix built our reality-denying world, and Emily Sandalwood's article in Vox on how the film influenced her own trans experience.
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