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A Glitch in the Matrix
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What if we are living in a simulation, and the world as we know it is not real? To tackle this mind-bending idea, acclaimed filmmaker Rodney Ascher (ROOM 237, THE NIGHTMARE) uses a noted speech from Philip K. Dick to dive down the rabbit hole of science, philosophy, and conspiracy theory. Leaving no stone unturned in exploring the unprovable, the film uses contemporary cultural touchstones like THE MATRIX, interviews with real people shrouded in digital avatars, and a wide array of voices, expert and amateur alike. If simulation theory is not science fiction but fact, and life is a video game being played by some unknowable entity, then who are we, really? A GLITCH IN THE MATRIX attempts to find out.
USA, 2020, 108 minutes, Not Rated, Directed by Rodney Ascher
“Fascinating, mind-expanding, infuriating and bewildering, this is a bracingly ambitious documentary…”– Wendy Ide, SCREEN INTERNATIONAL
"Engrossing. Another seductive trip into the world of fringe ideas."– The Hollywood Reporter
"If you're not already one of the diehards convinced we're living in a simulation, this movie might actually get you there."– Indiewire
"It's both a fun and disturbing watch, with the gripping pace and energy that Rodney Ascher has demonstrated in all of his films."– Sight & Sound
"Surprising twists and turns, crafting technothriller vibes for todays' extremely online lives."– Los Angeles Times