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The film opened with a computer screen displaying columns of greenish numbers, and the voices of two individuals (later revealed to be Cypher and Trinity), commenting that "Morpheus believes he is the One." The computer was not clean - it was traced, and mysterious black vinyl-clad heroine Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss), on one of the computers, was being apprehended by police in Room 303 of run-down Heart O' the City Hotel.
Two sinister agents with dark suits and sunglasses emerged from a black sedan outside the hotel: they were duplicating Agent Smith (Hugo Weaving) and Agent Brown (Paul Goddard), warning the police lieutenant that his men inside were "already dead." The prediction was accurate - Trinity felled the four officers with lightning quick action, and then phoned her Rebel leader-warrior Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne) for help.
Morpheus continued: "Like everyone else, you were born into bondage, born into a prison that you cannot smell or taste or touch.
A prison for your mind." He further explained that it was impossible to understand about the Matrix through words alone: "You have to see it for yourself." He offered: "This is your last chance.
Morpheus knew that Neo had always felt that there was something "wrong with the world" but couldn't explain it: "It is this feeling that has brought you to me."Morpheus explained about the Matrix: "The Matrix is everywhere. It is the world that has been pulled over your eyes to blind you from the truth...
That you are a slave, Neo." It was only a completely-simulated reality, computer program or facade created by malevolent, cyber-artificial-inelligent sentient beings that enslaved humans by imprisoning their minds and bodies.
If Neo chose to take a blue pill, "the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe." If he chose the red pill, he would "stay in Wonderland," and he would be shown "how deep the rabbit hole goes." Neo chose the red pill to learn "the truth" and went down the "rabbit hole." Neo was led to an adjoining room filled with high-tech equipment, where Trinity, Cypher (Joe Pantoliano), and Apoc (Julian Arahanga) monitored computers.
It was revealed that the life force of every other human being was also being drained out, within large harvesting "farms" of hundreds of tube-shaped pods built layer on layer in a tower, to provide the fuel for the Matrix's world.
He broke free from the womb-like amnion (a thin elastic shroud) of the pod and stood up.
An insect-like metallic machine dropped in front of him, and unplugged the main cable from the base of his skull (at the back of his neck), while the other connective hoses pulled away from the rest of his body.
Neo was sucked downward into a waste disposal system to be eliminated, and spiraled down a long pipe to a pool of liquid waste, where he began to drown.