Sati and The Matrix Resurrections fan theory explained
If you thought the Matrix series gave you too much to see through the three films, watching the Easter trailer might leave you… disappointed.
Back in 1999, Lana and Lilly Wachowski’s sci-fi masterpiece changed the action cinema landscape forever, ushering in new filmmaking techniques and arguably perfecting others.
The two sequels – Reloaded and Revolution – proved far more divisive as they expanded on the mythology of this unique universe, with a dizzying amount of detail, nuance, and allegory.
Most fans think the series will still be a trilogy, but if you can bring someone like Michael Myers back multiple times, resurrecting “The One” won’t be difficult.
Currently, millions of fans are participating in the discussion, dissecting the trailer of The Matrix Resurrections. The new footage has forced some to look at key details of the previous season, and it looks like Sati’s role in The Matrix could be crucial in the future. So let’s refresh our memories…
WARNING: SPRAYER FOR MATRIX REVOLUTIONS
Who is Sati in The Matrix movie?
In The Matrix Revolutions, it is determined that Sati (played by Tanveer K. Atwal) is a purposeless exile by Rama-Kandra and Kamala.
After Sati was smuggled into the Matrix, the oracle protected her in the belief that she would live on to play an important role in the future of both humans and machines.
Let’s dive deeper into her history in the story.
She will be erased by the machine if discovered, but essentially falls into the care of the Oracle after Rama-Kandra and Kamala leave the Matrix. The two meet Neo on Mobil Avenue, and Oracle’s conversation with “The One” reveals that Sati was made for love, which makes her special. Going through Mobil Avenue is the only way to get her into the Matrix.
Later, Trainman appeared to bring Sati and her family into the Matrix. She then goes to Oracle’s apartment, where Neo meets her again. When Seraph came to pick her up, they were threatened by the arrival of Agent Smiths.
Sati was trapped by one of them, and before being assimilated, she told him he was bad.
In the end, Neo begins his final battle with Smith, which results in the Matrix essentially being reloaded once again. This means that people who are assimilated back to their original state, including Sati.
She wakes up next to a black cat before being discovered by Seraph. The two later found Oracle on a bench as she looked out over Mega City, admiring the sunrise.
Finally, Sati asked Oracle if they would ever see Neo again and she admitted that she believed it was possible.
Is Sati in The Matrix Resurrections?
Priyanka Chopra Jonas stars in Resurrections and her role is currently unknown.
However, fans have begun to consider the possibility of her playing the adult version of Sati.
Considering her broader importance in the Matrix heralded in Revolution, Sati could certainly play a role in the upcoming film. Indeed, some viewers made suggestions on Twitter:
This is where things get complicated…
There was some confusion after the trailer regarding Resurrections’ status as a sequel to the reboot.
On this subject, Comic Note the following from Warner Bros. press release. Pictures of the movie:
“The Matrix Resurrections is a sequel to the story set in the first MATRIX movie. It reunites Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss as Neo & Trinity cinema icons in their story extension, venturing back into the Matrix and even deeper down the rabbit hole. “
Additionally, they include: “20 years after the first film, the franchise that helped define pop culture at the turn of the century is back to follow and expand on the original film.”
If Resurrections doesn’t categorize it and skips over the previous two, it will be interesting to see if a character like Sati gets involved in reality. We’ll just have to wait and see.
The Matrix Resurrections is showing in theaters and on HBO Max on Wednesday, December 22, 2021.
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