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Guard 1:
See you tomorrow.

Guard 2:
Oh my God.

Trinity:
I'm in.

Link:
Sir, are you sure about this?
Morpheus:
I told you, we're going to be all right.
Link:
I understand, sir, it's just that... I'm scoping some serious sentinel activity up here.
Morpheus:
Link.
Link:
Yes sir?
Morpheus:
Given your situation, I can't say I fully understand your reasons for volunteering to operate onboard my ship. However, if you wish to continue to do so, I must ask you to do one thing.
Link:
What's that, sir?
Morpheus:
To trust me.
Link:
Yes, sir, I will, sir... I mean, I do, sir.
Morpheus:
I hope so. Now re-patch the main AC to the hard drives and stand by to broadcast.
Link:
Yes, sir.

Trinity:
Still can't sleep? You wanna talk?
Neo:
They're just dreams.
Trinity:
If you're afraid of something,...
Neo:
I just wish... I wish I knew what I'm supposed to do. That's all. I just wish I knew.
Trinity:
She's gonna call. Don't worry.
Link:
There you are.
Trinity:
Are we ready to go?
Link:
We're already late.

Niobe:
These geotherms confirm the last transmission of the Osiris. The machines are digging. They're boring from the surface
straight down to Zion.
Tiran:
Mother...
Soren:
They'll avoid the entire perimeter defense.
Ice:
How fast are they moving?
Niobe:
Control estimates their descent at a hundred meters an hour.
[crew/captain]:
Shit.
[captain 2]:
How deep are they?
Niobe:
Almost two thousand meters.
[captain 2]:
What about the scans from the Osiris?
[captain 3]:
They can't be accurate.
Niobe:
They may be.
[crew/captain]:
What?
[captain 3]:
It's not possible.
Binary:
That'd mean there are a quarter of a million sentinels out there.
Niobe:
That's right.
[captain 3]:
That can't be.

Morpheus:
Why not? A sentinel for every man, woman, and child in Zion. That sounds exactly like the thinking of a machine to me.
Niobe:
Morpheus, glad you could join us.
Morpheus:
Niobe. My apologies to all. As you are undoubtedly aware, it has become increasingly difficult to locate a secure
broadcast position.
[captain]:
Squiddies got all our best spots.
Ice:
Mainlines are crawling with them.
Ghost:
And if Niobe's right, in 72 hours there's gonna be a quarter of a million more.
Ballard:
What are we gonna do about it?
Niobe:
We're gonna do what Commander Lock ordered us to do. We'll evacuate broadcast level and return to Zion.
Morpheus:
And does the Commander have a plan for stopping 250,000 sentinels?
Niobe:
A strategy is still being formulated.
Morpheus:
I'm sure it is.

[captain]:
What do you think we should do, Morpheus?
Morpheus:
I think we should proceed as ordered, however...
Trinity:
What is it?
Neo:
I don't know.
Morpheus:
I must ask one of you for help. Some of you believe as I believe. Some of you do not. But those of you that do, know
we are nearing the end of our struggle. The prophecy will be fulfilled soon, but before it can be, the Oracle must be consulted.
Morpheus:
If we return and recharge now, we can be back with inside 36 hours. Well before the machines have reached this
depth.
Niobe:
Do you understand what you're asking?
Morpheus:
I am asking that one ship remain here in our place just in case that the Oracle should attempt to contact us.
Ballard:
Bullshit, you're asking for one of us to disobey a direct order.
Morpheus:
That's right, I am. But we well know that the reason most of us are here is because of our affinity for disobedience.
[captain]:
And what happens when you get back to Zion and the Commander throws you in the stockade?
Morpheus:
He won't.
Ballard:
Goddamn it, Morpheus, you ain't never gonna change. Shit, I'll do it, just to see what Deadbolt does to you. You got 36
hours.

Smith:
I'm looking for Neo.
Corrupt:
Never heard of him.
Smith:
I have something for him. A gift. You see, he set me free.
Corrupt:
Fine, whatever. Now piss off.

Neo:
Who was that?
Wurm:
How did you know someone was here?
Corrupt:
He gave you this. He said you set him free.
Wurm:
Is everything all right, sir?
Neo:
The meeting is over, retreat to your exits. Agents are coming.
Corrupt:
Agents?
Neo:
Go.

Neo:
Hiya, fellas.
[agent 1]:
It's him.
[agent 2]:
The Anomaly.
[agent 3]:
Do we proceed?
[agent 2]:
Yes.
[agent 3]:
He is still...
[agent 1]:
...only human.
Neo:
Hmm. Upgrades.

Smith 1:
That went as expected.
Smith 2:
Yes.
Smith 1:
It's happening exactly as before.
Smith 2:
Well, not exactly.

Morpheus:
What happened back there, Link?
Link:
I can't figure it out, sir. Agents just came out of nowhere. And then the code got all weird. Encryption I've never seen.
Trinity:
Is Neo okay?
Link:
Okay? Shit, Morpheus, you should have seen him.
Morpheus:
Where is he now?
Link:
He's doing his Superman thing.

Neo:
Where are you?

Link:
This is the Nebuchadnezzar on approach, requesting access to Gate 3.
Zion Virtual Control Operator: Nebuchadnezzar, this is Zion Control. Maintain present velocity and stand by.
Link:
Roger that, Control.
Zion Virtual Control Operator: This is Zion Control requesting immediate stand down of arms at Gate 3. We have the
Nebuchadnezzar on approach. Let's open her up. Nebuchadnezzar, you are clear through Gate 3 to Bay 7.
Link:
Roger that, Control.
Zion Virtual Control Operator: Door's open, bed's made. Welcome home.
Link:
No place like it.

Zion Controller:
[?]Control. Zion Control, stand by for Gate 3 lockdown.
Zion Virtual Control Operator:
The Nebuchadnezzar is down. Bay 7.
Zion Controller:
Understood.

Morpheus:
Captain Mifune.
Mifune:
Captain Morpheus.
Morpheus:
Are you here to escort me to the stockade, Captain?
Mifune:
I'm just here to keep the peace.
Lock's Lieutenant: Commander Lock demands...
Mifune:
*coughs*
Lock's Lieutenant:
...requests your immediate counsel, sir.
Morpheus:
Link.
Link:
Sir?
Morpheus:
I want the ship ready to go as soon as humanly possible.
Link:
Understood, sir.

Neo:
What is it between them?
Trinity:
Morpheus and Lock? Niobe.
Neo:
Captain Niobe?
Trinity:
She used to be with Morpheus. Now she's with Lock.
Neo:
What happened?
Trinity:
Morpheus went to the Oracle. After that everything changed.
Neo:
Yeah, she can do that.

Kid:
Neo!
Neo:
Oh, no.
Trinity:
How does he always know?
Neo:
Doesn't he have anything better to do?
Trinity:
You know what they say about the life you save.
Neo:
I didn't save his life.
Kid:
Hiya, Neo! Trinity, Link. It's great to have you back!
Neo:
Thanks. It's good to be back.
Kid:
Can I carry that for you, Neo?
Neo:
No, I can carry my own bag.
Kid:
Trinity?
Trinity:
I'm fine.
Link:
You can carry these.
Kid:
Yeah, sure, Link. Hey, you know, next year I'm old enough to join a crew. I've been thinking a lot about it and I've made
my decision.
Link:
Let me guess.
Kid:
I want to join the Nebuchadnezzar. I know Morpheus hasn't filled the other crew positions except for you, Link. I'm sure
he has his reasons, but the more I think about it, the more I think it's meant to be. You know, it's fate. I mean, you're the
reason I'm here, Neo.
Neo:
I told you, Kid, you found me, I didn't find you.
Kid:
I know, but you got me out! You saved me!
Neo:
You saved yourself.

Lock:
Morpheus.
Morpheus:
Commander Lock.
Lock:
I've spoken to the other captains, and I wanted to offer you the chance to explain your actions.
Morpheus:
I wasn't aware that my actions required any explanation.
Lock:
You were given a direct order to return to Zion.
Morpheus:
I did.
Lock:
But you asked for one ship to remain behind.
Morpheus:
I would have stayed, but I needed to recharge my ship.
Lock:
So you admit to a direct contravention of your duty.
Morpheus:
Commander, we need a presence inside the Matrix to await contact from the Oracle.
Lock:
I don't want to hear that shit! I don't care about Oracles or prophecies or Messiahs. I care about one thing: stopping
that army from destroying this city, and to do that I need soldiers to obey my orders.
Morpheus:
With all due respect, Commander, there is only one way to save our city.
Lock:
How?
Morpheus:
Neo.
Lock:
Goddamnit, Morpheus! Not everyone believes what you believe!
Morpheus:
My beliefs do not require them to.

Kid:
There's a Gathering tonight. Everyone's talking, a lot of people are scared. No one can remember the last time so many
ships were docked. Something's happening, isn't it? Something big?
Link:
Hey. We're not allowed to say anything, so stop asking. Goddamn, it's good to be home.

Lock:
I'm going to recommend to the Council that you be removed from duty.
Morpheus:
That is, of course, your prerogative, Commander.
Lock:
If it were up to me, Captain, you wouldn't set foot on a ship for the rest of your life.
Morpheus:
Then I am grateful that it is not up to you.
Lock:
Councillor Hamann.
Councillor Hamann:
Commander. Captain.
Morpheus:
Councillor.
Councillor Hamann:
Council's asked me to speak tonight, at the temple gathering. The presence of the fleet and the persistence
of rumours must be addressed. The people must be told what is happening.
Lock:
Of course, councillor. But might I advise a level of discretion concerning specific details. We do not wish to start a panic.
Councillor Hamann:
Quite right. A panic is not what anyone wants. What about you, Captain, what would you advise?
Morpheus:
The truth. No one will panic. Because there is nothing to fear. That army will never reach the gates of Zion.
Councillor Hamann:
What makes you so sure?
Morpheus:
Consider what we have seen, Councillor. Consider that in the past 6 months we have freed more minds than in 6 years.
This attack is an act of desperation. I believe very soon the prophecy will be fulfilled and this war will end.
Councillor Hamann:
I hope you're right, Captain.
Morpheus:
I do not believe it to be a matter of hope, Councillor. It is simply a matter of time.

Link:
My stop. See you soon, hopefully not too soon. Let's go, Kid. These two got things to do.
Neo:
Are you thinking what I'm thinking?
Trinity:
I am if you're thinking this elevator's too damn slow.
Neo:
How long to recharge the Neb?
Trinity:
24, maybe 30 hours.
Neo:
Some people go their entire lives without hearing news that good.

Old Woman at Zion:
Neo, please. I have a son, Jacob, aboard the Gnosis. Please, watch over him.
Neo:
I'll try.
Another Old Woman at Zion:
I have a daughter on the Icarus.
Neo:
No, wait.
Trinity:
It's all right. They need you.
Neo:
I need you.
Trinity:
I know. There's time.

Link:
Where's my puss... Hey!
Link's Niece and Nephew:
Uncle Link!
Link:
God! Oh my God, you're so huge, you should be picking me up!
Link's Niece and Nephew:
No!
Link:
Yeah!
Link's Niece and Nephew:
Okay!
Link:
Okay? All right. Now, we're gonna have to work together here, okay? One, two, three, lift! Oh, my God! What are you
feedin' these two?
Cas:
Come on, kids! It's time to go.
Link:
Hey, Cas.
Cas:
Hey. Good to have you home, Link.
Link:
Good to be home.
Cas:
You be careful with her, huh?
Zee:
Don't worry about me, he's the one that's gonna get it.
Link:
Hmm?
Cas:
Out the door! Both of you, march!
Link:
Bye!
Cas:
Bye!

Link:
I'm gonna get what?
Zee:
Every ship out there has been home two, even three times more than the Nebuchadnezzar.
Link:
Come on, Zee! I thought we were past this!
Zee:
We'll get past this when you start operating another ship.
Link:
I can't do that!
Zee:
Why?
Link:
You know why.
Zee:
If Dozer knew how I felt, he wouldn't have asked you to do this.
Link:
Maybe. But it's too late now. I made a promise, and some promises can't be unmade.
Zee:
It's not fair.
Link:
Nobody said it was gonna be. You think Cas thinks it's fair that I'm here and Dozer's not?
Zee:
I lost two brothers to that ship, Link. Afraid of it. Afraid it's gonna take you too.
Link:
It won't.
Zee:
How can you say that to me?
Link:
Because of Morpheus, because of what he's told me. He said that this is it. That it will be over soon.
Zee:
Link, Morpheus is crazy.
Link:
No doubt, but Tank and Dozer believed him, and I'll tell you what - soon after being on that ship and seeing Neo do the
things he can do, I gotta say - I'm starting to believe him too.
Zee:
Be careful, Link. Please be careful.

Kid:
They started yet?
Priestess:
Only Councillor Hamann's opening prayer.
Councillor Hamann:
Tonight, let us honour these men and women. These are our soldiers, our warriors. These are our husbands
and wives, our brothers and sisters, our children. Let us remember those that have been lost. And let us give thanks for those
that have been found and who stand here beside us. Now I would like someone else to close this prayer. Someone who hasn't
spoken here in a long time, but who I believe has something to say that we all need to hear. I give you Morpheus.
Morpheus:
Zion! Hear me! It is true, what many of you have heard. The machines have gathered an army, and as I speak that
army is drawing nearer to our home.
Crowd:
[whispers]
Morpheus:
Believe me when I say we have a difficult time ahead of us. But if we are to be prepared for it, we must first shed our fear
of it! I stand here before you now, truthfully unafraid. Why? Because I believe something you do not? No! I stand here without
ear because I remember. I remember that I am here not because of the path that lies before me, but because of the path
that lies behind me! I remember that for 100 years we have fought these machines. I remember that for 100 years they have
send their armies to destroy us. And after a century of war, I remember that which matters most. We are still here!
Crowd:
[cheers and applause]
Morpheus:
Tonight let us send a message to that army. Tonight let us shake this cave! Tonight let us tremble these halls of earth, steel,
and stone! Let us be heard from red core to black sky. Tonight, let us make them remember. This is Zion! And we are not afraid!
Crowd:
[thunderous cheers and applause]

Niobe:
I remember. I remember you used to dance. I remember you were pretty good.
Morpheus:
There are some things in this world, captain Niobe, that will never change.
Lock:
Niobe!
Morpheus:
Some things do change.

Neo:
Excuse me.
Neo:
I missed you.
Trinity:
I can tell.
Neo:
I was thinking... Everyone is here.
Trinity:
Follow me.

Trinity:
Neo, what is it? What's wrong? It's okay, you can tell me.
Neo:
Trinity...
Trinity:
Don't be afraid.
Neo:
I can't lose you.
Trinity:
You're not gonna lose me. You feel this? I'm never letting go.

Morpheus:
Good night, Zion. Sweet dreams.

Bane:
You all right?
Malachi:
I'll make it. Did you see that Agent? I've never seen anything like it.
Bane:
Doesn't matter now. All that matters is this. You first.
Bane:
Oh God.
Smith:
Smith will suffice.
Bane-Smith:
Thank you.
Smith:
My pleasure.

Councillor Hamann:
Care for some company?
Neo:
Councillor Hamann.
Councillor Hamann:
I don't want to intrude if you prefer to be alone.
Neo:
No, I could probably use some company.
Councillor Hamann:
Good, so could I. It's nice tonight. Very calm. Feels like everyone's sleeping very peacefully.
Neo:
Not everyone.
Councillor Hamann:
I hate sleeping. I never sleep more than a few hours. I figure I slept the first 11 years of my life, now I'm
making up for it. What about you?
Neo:
I just haven't been able to sleep much.
Councillor Hamann:
It's a good sign.
Neo:
Of what?
Councillor Hamann:
That you are, in fact, still human. Have you ever been to the enginering level? I love to walk there at night,
it's quite amazing. Would you like to see it?
Neo:
Sure.
Councillor Hamann:
Almost no one comes down here, unless, of course, there's a problem. That's how it is with people - nobody
cares how it works as long as it works. I like it down here. I like to be reminded this city survives because of these machines.
These machines are keeping us alive, while other machines are coming to kill us. Interesting, isn't it? Power to give life, and the
power to end it.
Neo:
We have the same power.
Councillor Hamann:
I suppose we do, but down here sometimes I think about all those people still plugged into the Matrix and when
I look at these machines, I.. I can't help thinking that in a way, we are plugged into them.
Neo:
But we control these machines, they don't control us.
Councillor Hamann:
Of course not, how could they? The idea's pure nonsense, but... it does make one wonder just... what is
control?
Neo:
If we wanted, we could shut these machines down.
Councillor Hamann:
Of course... that's it. You hit it! That's control, isn't it? If we wanted, we could smash them to bits.
Although if we did, we'd have to consider what would happen to our lights, our heat, our air.
Neo:
So we need machines and they need us. Is that your point, Councillor?
Councillor Hamann:
No, no point. Old men like me don't bother with making points. There's no point.
Neo:
Is that why there are no young men on the Council?
Councillor Hamann:
Good point.
Neo:
Why don't you tell me what's on your mind, Councillor?
Councillor Hamann:
There is so much in this world that I do not understand. See that machine? It has something to do with
recycling our water supply. I have absolutely no idea how it works. But I do understand the reason for it to work. I have
absolutely no idea how you are able to do some of the things you do, but I believe there's a reason for that as well. I only
hope we understand that reason before it's too late.

Trinity:
Ballard.
Ballard:
Is he here? Neo. It's from the Oracle.
Neo:
It's time to go.
Link:
Morpheus said this is how it's gonna happen. I don't know. Maybe the prophecy is true, maybe it's not. All I know, is that
ship needs an operator. Right now that operator's me.
Zee:
I know.
Link:
Zee...
Zee:
I want you to wear it.
Link:
You know I don't believe in this stuff.
Zee:
But I do. It's always brought me luck. Maybe it'll bring me you.
Link:
I'm coming back. I promise. No matter what it takes, I'm coming home.
Zee:
Just keep it with you, please? For me.
Link:
Okay.

Kid:
Neo!
Link:
Who the hell? Bane?
Neo:
Is something wrong?
Bane/Smith:
No, I'm fine. I just wanted to catch you to say good luck.
Neo:
Thanks.
Bane/Smith:
We'll see you.
Kid:
Neo! Just in time. You're gonna see the Oracle, aren't you?
Morpheus:
We don't have time.
Kid:
I'm sorry, sir, I just have to give something to Neo. A gift from one of the orphans. He made me swear to get it to you
before you left. He said you'd understand.
Neo:
Thanks.

Lock:
I was just told you cleared the Nebuchadnezzar for takeoff.
Councillor Hamann:
That is correct.
Lock:
Councillor, am I still in charge of our defense system?
Councillor Hamann:
Of course.
Lock:
I believe I need every ship we have if we're going to survive this attack!
Councillor Hamann:
I understand that, Commander.
Lock:
Then why did you allow the Nebuchadnezzar to leave?
Councillor Hamann:
Because I believe our survival depends on more than how many ships we have.

Trinity:
Be careful.
Neo:
Hello.
Seraph:
You seek the Oracle.
Neo:
Who are you?
Seraph:
I am Seraph. I can take you to her. But first, I must apologize.
Neo:
Apologize for what?
Seraph:
For this.
Seraph:
Good. The Oracle has made enemies. I had to be sure.
Neo:
Of what?
Seraph:
That you are The One.
Neo:
You could've just asked.
Seraph:
No. You do not truly know someone until you fight them. Come, she's waiting.
Link:
Where the hell'd they go?
Neo:
These are back doors, aren't they? Programmer access.
Seraph:
[nods]
Neo:
How do they work?
Seraph:
The code is hidden in tumblers. One position opens a lock. Another position opens one of these doors.
Neo:
Are you a programmer?
Seraph:
[shakes head]
Neo:
Then what are you?
Seraph:
I protect that which matters most.

The Oracle:
Well, come on. I ain't gonna bite ya. Come around here, and let me have a look at ya. My goodness, look at you!
You turned out all right, didn't you? How do you feel?
Neo:
I, uh...
The Oracle:
I know you're not sleeping. We'll get to that. Why don't you come and have a sit this time?
Neo:
Maybe I'll stand.
The Oracle:
Well, suit yourself.
Neo:
I felt like sitting.
The Oracle:
I know. So. Let's get the obvious stuff out of the way.
Neo:
You're not human, are you?
The Oracle:
Well it's tough to get any more obvious than that.
Neo:
If I had to guess, I'd say you're a program from the machine world. So is he.
The Oracle:
So far, so good.
Neo:
But if that's true, that can mean you are a part of this system, another kind of control.
The Oracle:
Keep going.
Neo:
I suppose the most obvious question is, how can I trust you?
The Oracle:
Bingo! It is a pickle, no doubt about it. The bad news is there's no way if you can really know whether I'm here to
help you or not. So it's really up to you. You just have to make up your own damn mind to either accept what I'm going to tell
you, or reject it. Candy?
Neo:
D'you already know if I'm going to take it?
The Oracle:
Wouldn't be much of an Oracle if I didn't.
Neo:
But if you already know, how can I make a choice?
The Oracle:
Because you didn't come here to make the choice, you've already made it. You're here to try to understand why you
made it. I thought you'd have figured that out by now.
Neo:
Why are you here?
The Oracle:
Same reason. I love candy.
Neo:
But why help us?
The Oracle:
We're all here to do what we're all here to do. I'm interested in one thing, Neo, the future. And believe me, I
know - the only way to get there is together.
Neo:
Are there other programs like you?
The Oracle:
Oh, well, not like me. But... Look, see those birds? At some point a program was written to govern them. A program
was written to watch over the trees, and the wind, the sunrise, and sunset. There are programs running all over the place. The
ones doing their job, doing what they were meant to do, are invisible. You'd never even know they were here. But the other
ones, well, we hear about them all the time.
Neo:
I've never heard of them.
The Oracle:
Of course you have. Every time you've heard someone say they saw a ghost, or an angel. Every story you've ever
heard about vampires, werewolves, or aliens is the system assimilating some program that's doing something they're not supposed
to be doing.
Neo:
Programs hacking programs. Why?
The Oracle:
They have their reasons, but usually a program chooses exile when it faces deletion.
Neo:
And why would a program be deleted?
The Oracle:
Maybe it breaks down. Maybe a better program is created to replace it - happens all the time, and when it does,
a program can either choose to hide here, or return to The Source.
Neo:
The machine mainframe?
The Oracle:
Yes. Where you must go. Where the path of The One ends. You've seen it, in your dreams, haven't you? The door
made of light?
Neo:
[nods]
The Oracle:
What happens when you go through the door?
Neo:
I see Trinity, and something happens, something bad. She starts to fall, and then I wake up.
The Oracle:
Do you see her die?
Neo:
No.
The Oracle:
You have the sight now, Neo. You are looking at the world without time.
Neo:
Then why can't I see what happens to her?
The Oracle:
We can never see past the choices we don't understand.
Neo:
Are you saying I have to choose whether Trinity lives or dies?
The Oracle:
No. You've already made the choice, now you have to understand it.
Neo:
No, I can't do that. I won't.
The Oracle:
You have to.
Neo:
Why?
The Oracle:
Because you're The One.
Neo:
What if I can't? What happens if I fail?
The Oracle:
Then Zion will fall. Our time is up. Listen to me, Neo. You can save Zion if you reach The Source, but to do that
you will need the Keymaker.
Neo:
The Keymaker?
The Oracle:
Yes, he disappeared some time ago. We did not know what happened to him until now. He's being held prisoner by a
very dangerous program, one of the oldest of us. He is called the Merovingian, and he will not let him go willingly.
Neo:
What does he want?
The Oracle:
What do all men with power want? More power.
The Oracle:
Be there, at that exact time, and you will have a chance.
Seraph:
We must go.
The Oracle:
Seems like every time we meet I've got nothing but bad news. I'm sorry about that, I surely am. But for what it's
worth, you've made a believer out of me. Good luck, kiddo.

Smith:
Mister Anderson! Did you get my package?
Neo:
Yeah.
Smith:
Well, good.
Morpheus:
Smith.
Link:
Whoever it is, he's not reading like an agent.
Smith:
Surprised to see me?
Neo:
No.
Smith:
Then you're aware of it.
Neo:
Of what?
Smith:
Our connection. I don't fully understand how it happened. Perhaps some part of you imprinted onto me, something
overwritten or copied. That is at this point irrelevant, what matters is that whatever happened, happened for a reason.
Neo:
And what reason is that?
Smith:
I killed you, Mister Anderson, I watched you die... With a certain satisfaction, I might add, and then something
happened. Something that I knew was impossible, but it happened anyway. You destroyed me, Mister Anderson. Afterward,
I knew the rules, I understood what I was supposed to do but I didn't. I couldn't. I was compelled to stay, compelled to disobey.
And now here I stand because of you, Mister Anderson, because of you I'm no longer an agent of the system, because of you
I've changed - I'm unplugged - a new man, so to speak, like you, apparently free.
Neo:
Congratulations.
Smith:
Thank you. But as you well know, appearances can be deceiving, which brings me back to the reason why we're here.
We're not here because we're free, we're here because we're not free. There's no escaping reason, no denying purpose -
because as we both know, without purpose, we would not exist.
Smith 2:
It is purpose that created us,
Smith 3:
Purpose that connects us,
Smith 4:
Purpose that pulls us,
Smith 5:
That guides us,
Smith 6:
That drives us,
Smith 7:
It is purpose that defines,
Smith 8:
Purpose that binds us.
Smith:
We're here because of you, Mister Anderson, we're here to take from you what you tried to take from us. Purpose.
Trinity:
What's happening to him?
Link:
I don't know.
Smith:
Yes, that's it, it'll be over soon.

Agent Jackson:
You.
Smith:
Yes me. Me, me, me!
Agent Jackson/Smith:
Me too!

Smith:
More.

Smiths:
It is inevitable.
Trinity:
Come on, get out of there.

Trinity:
Are you all right?
Morpheus:
It was Smith.
Neo:
Yes.
Morpheus:
Now there's more than one of him.
Neo:
A lot more.
Link:
How's that possible?
Neo:
I don't know - somehow he's found a way to copy himself.
Morpheus:
Is that what he was doing to you?
Neo:
I don't know what he was doing, but I know what it felt like.
Trinity:
What?
Neo:
Felt like I was back in that hallway. Felt like dying.

 

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