The most overlooked among all the philosophical premises of The Matrix is the very concept it is based upon, which is the choice an individual makes when given a choice between the Matrix and the real world. There are only two types of people in
"Advice, like youth, probably just wasted on the young"
This is the title of an original essay written by Mary Schmich which appeared in a Chicago Tribune column in June 1997. The contents of that column later contributed and became famous as lyrics to Baz Luhrmann's cult