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Very impressive trailer for The Matrix-inspired French film Kaydara

05.19.2011by: Eric Walkuski

Here's a most unusual item: A movie that takes place within the universe of THE MATRIX... made by two novice filmmakers. Raphaël Hernandez and Savitri Joly-Gonfard are apparently self-taught, but to watch the trailer for KAYDARA, a 55 minute film the duo made, you wouldn't know it.

Here's the set-up: The story of “Kaydara” takes place within the universe of Lana and Andy Wachowski’s film “The Matrix”. Kaydara, a bounty hunter who is living separately from the Human Resistance Group, does not believe in the prophecy of “the One”. He sees this so-called saviour instead as a threat to the awakening of Man's self-awareness and considers him an enemy. If their paths cross, Kaydara will not hesitate to confront him.

Before you check out the trailer, read this statement from the directors: “Kaydara represents to us an exercise in style. While staying true to a visual and narrative structure we did not create but that we hold in the highest regard, the film is a way for us to express our true personalities and vision: it is a fan film not made by fans!”

To learn more about KAYDARA, head on over to the film's official Facebook page HERE. To actually watch the film - which won't be available until MAY 21st - go HERE.

Extra Tidbit: What do you think of KAYDARA so far?
Source: AITH

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9:05AM on 05/20/2011
Looks like a fun watch, I'll check it out
Looks like a fun watch, I'll check it out
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5:19PM on 05/19/2011

Meh

Semi decent effects doesn't make up for a horrible sounding plotline.
Semi decent effects doesn't make up for a horrible sounding plotline.
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