"There is no spoon". How the illusion of reality is deconstructed in The Matrix by the codes of cinematography?
In 1999, after projecting the film in the theaters, the audience and many of the critics proclaimed a new era in film making. They were enchanted by its vividness that to some degree creates something which by the majority would be called realism. The aim of this paper is to show how Larry and Andy Wachowski used conventional methods to produce an illusion of reality. The research presented in this essay was inspired by the semiological thought of Christian Metz. Semiology of the cinema tries to describe rules that enable messages in films and the main job of a semiotician is to break fil…
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