The Matrix Fate vs Free Will
Fate and free will in the Matrix, fate is non-negotiable as the world is preprogramed. Human actions are predetermined so free will does not exist. When Morpheus offers neo the choice to follow him down the ‘rabbit hole’ or ‘stay in wonderland’ he is offering him the choice between fate and free will. In the scene where Neo first meets the Oracle, there is the possibility of learning what his fate is and his identity. In the final scene, Trinity reveals that she is not afraid to accept her fate in loving Neo; the filmmaker draws attention to the importance of the decision-making, which is at the heart of the fate and free will dichotomy.
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The films exploration of fate and free will is in-depth and is explored in complexity through Neo Morpheus, Trinity and the oracle acts as a catalyst to the future, the filmmaker is showing that the matrix being an artificial world is much less satisfactory then the real world where people make decisions regardless of what’s fated hard decisions and love concurs all. The oracle acts as a director in guiding Neo, Trinity and Morpheus to their fates, and together they productively shape the future. When living in the matrix choice and free will is simply an illusion and through choosing the real world free will can be