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Lilly Wachowski, who co-directed the Matrix films with her sister, Lana, has confirmed that they should be read as allegories for the transgender narrative

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  1. moonbathers
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    If only we had lightning-fast reflexes in real life, I could go for that.

    If only we had lightning-fast reflexes in real life, I could go for that.

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  2. vegai
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    I'm usually not wild about putting LGBT things into movies for their own sake, but Switch really should've been like they originally wanted. It might've been tad brave in 1999, but I think it...

    I'm usually not wild about putting LGBT things into movies for their own sake, but Switch really should've been like they originally wanted. It might've been tad brave in 1999, but I think it would've worked. But then again, it might've raised the question of why is everyone else's avatars about exactly the same as real life?

    Reminds me to watch Sense8, it has been on my queue since it came out.

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  3. SantalBlush
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    When I first watched The Matrix Trilogy, it felt like the Wachowskis were trying to make it about everything, to the point where it became really overblown. So this isn't really surprising.

    When I first watched The Matrix Trilogy, it felt like the Wachowskis were trying to make it about everything, to the point where it became really overblown. So this isn't really surprising.

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