The Matrix: The Shooting Script
For the first time in the acclaimed Newmarket Shooting Script series format, the screenplay for one of the most successful films in history. A surprise box-office hit when it opened in theaters in the spring of 1999, The Matrix has proven to be nothing short of a phenomenon, setting records for DVD sales, winning four OscarsBest Visual Effects, Best Film Editing, Best Sound, Best Sound Effects Editingand spawning two sequels for release in 2002 and 2003. The extraordinary vision of writers/directors Larry and Andy Wachowski is captured in its purest form with the film's shooting script. The tale of Thomas Anderson, aka Neo (Keanu Reeves), a computer hacker forced to confront his special destiny in the salvation of mankind, challenges our perceptions of reality and expands our expectations of what a movie can be. The 122 pages of the script are presented in facsimile form. Also included are scene notes about the script written by Phil Oosterhouse, assistant to the Wachowskis throughout the making of the film; 20 b/w film still photos; and full credits.
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Agent Brown Agent Jones AGENT SMITH alley Anderson Andy Wachowski Apoc begins to ring believe BELINDA McCLORY Bill Pope body building bullets chair CHOI cops CORTECHS CYPHER V.O. dark dead Digital door Dozer elevator eyes face film glass going HALL hand hear helicopter hits HOTEL LAFAYETTE HOVERCRAFT inside John Gaeta Keanu Larry and Andy machine MAIN DECK Matrix metal mirror monitor MORPHEUS The Matrix MORPHEUS V.O. Morpheus's MOUSE move Neo feels Neo looks Neo nods Neo stares NEO V.O. NEO Yeah Neo's numbers ORACLE Phil Oosterhouse phone begins pulls rushing SCENE OMITTED scream script Sentinels shit shooting shot smiles snap sound Spoon Boy stands Steve Skroce stop storyboards STREET suddenly Supervisor SWITCH T.V. REPAIR takes TANK V.O. tell TRINITY Neo TRINITY V.O. Trinity's Wachowski Brothers wall WARNER BROS watches window woman YUEN WO PING Zach Staenberg