The Matrix, a true end-of-the-millennium movie, blends science fiction with conspiracy thriller conventions and outlandish martial arts created with groundbreaking digital techniques. Clover examines The Matrix's digital effects, the melding of cinema and video games and the film's references to philosophy.
|Publication date:||13th November 2004|
|Publisher:||BFI Publishing an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC|
|Categories:||Film theory & criticism,|
JOSHUA CLOVER, author of award-winning book of poetry Madonna anno domini (1996) and many other works, is Associate Professor of Poetry and Poetics at the University of California, Davis. He writes on art and politics for the Village Voice.More About Joshua Clover