Matrix Resurrections became one of the most anticipated movies. Recently, Lana Wachowski revealed why she returned to the franchise.
After many years, Lana Wachowski decided to refocus on Neo and Trinity. In this way, the filmmaker produced the film Matrix Resurrections, which is being highly anticipated by fans of the franchise. Without a doubt, the return of said saga caught the attention of the audience. Recently, the director revealed why she focused on this story again.
Some time ago, Lilly Wachowski revealed why he didn’t team up with his sister to make The Matrix Resurrections. The filmmaker decided to step aside to focus on her transition process as a trans woman, and in turn her other works left her very tired. However, the deaths of her parents caused the filmmaker to take a break.
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The return of the franchise
Interestingly, the death of her parents was what inspired Lana Wachowski to create Matrix Resurrections. “My father died, then a friend died, and then my mother died. He didn’t know how to process that kind of grief. I had not experienced it so closely … You know their lives are going to end and it was still very hard. My brain has always resorted to my imagination and one night I was crying and couldn’t sleep and this whole story came out of my brain like an explosion. I couldn’t have my father and mother, and yet suddenly I had Neo and Trinity, in all probability the two most important characters in my life. ” assured.
“It was immediately heartwarming to have these two characters alive again, and it’s super simple. You can look at it and say, “Okay, these two people died and okay, you brought these two people back to life and oh, it makes you feel so good.” The truth is that if! It’s simple, and that’s what art does and what stories do, they comfort us ”, revealed the director of Matrix Resurrections at the Berlin International Literature Festival (via ScreenRant).