Skip to content. Skip to navigation. The Merovingian Lambert Wilson is an enigmatic antagonist of the Matrix trilogy who describes himself as a trafficker in information. He is also an arrogant, nihilistic software programmer who pontificates about cause and effect, arguing against the agency of individuals in favor of technological determinism and predatory sexuality. In this scene of confrontation and philosophical debate, a virtual camera zooms in to the code underlying a specially programmed dessert delivered to an attractive restaurant patron Tory Mussett.
Can you explain to me what was going on with one of the scenes in Matrix Reloaded?
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I was all in on the bigger world the Wachowskis were setting up, and spent the summer and fall endlessly theorizing online about what the conclusion, The Matrix Revolutions , could hold. Then the sequel came out, was the cinematic equivalent of a big, wet fart, and my high opinion of Reloaded faded away. Look no further than the Merovingian. The Merovingian, a villain, believes that choice is a false construct and we are all prisoner to causality. Who was the Merovingian? Is he a rogue program? So many questions, and when Revolutions came around, there were no answers except this time the Merovingian was in Hell.
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