The Matrix as a Silent Film

When they directed The Matrix and its sequels, the Wachowski brothers were confronted with a dilemma: their fantastic sci-fi story required visual and special effects that simply did not exist at the time. What to do?

Hey, the fact that there was no calculus didn't stop Newton from inventing it so he could get on with his scientific research. Similarly, the Wachowski brothers decided to invent the revolutionary technology required to bring their vision to fruition, and they deserve a lot of credit for that.

But what if they had decided to shoot the film during, say, the 1930's? Here is what it might have looked like :)

Here's the movie based on Charlie Chaplin's autobiography, starring Robert Downey Jr.
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