It’s been a few years since the last Matrix movie, The Matrix Revolutions, was released. It was back in 2003 to be exact. It created a cult following with a lot of people thinking they were Neo himself. Well, as we know, that doesn’t really make any sense, yet still there were large communities who wanted to reenact the movies as best they could. I guess you could call it cosplay, and it was all for the love of these quite groundbreaking movies. Of course, these fan communities have died down a bit since then. The people who are left are the ones who are huge fans of the movies, and they continuously try to bring some movement to the franchise.
Two of these people are Savitri Joly-Gonfard and Raphael Hernandez who probably created something that could potentially bring new life to the series and maybe spawn a few more movies. It could be just like Indiana Jones, Star Wars and all the other franchises that are being dusted off and put into the box office machine once more.
With just a budget of a mere €1300, they have created one of the most amazing amateur box office movies you have ever seen. I am most certainly prepared to bet you this is true because their 55 minute movie KAYDARA is beyond mesmerizing, and it will draw you in just like the original Matrix movies did when they were released. The only difference is the insanely low budget, and the fact that they shot it all in the confined space of a garage. If that alone isn’t worth an entire hour of your life, I don’t really know what is. Just have a look, and you won’t ever regret it. It’s nothing less than awesome!amateur, Amazingly Good, Box Office, budget, fan, garage, Kaydara, Matrix, Movie
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This post was written by Richard Darell