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Comments about the soundtrack for The Matrix Revolutions (Don Davis)

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Re: I think they say "Mazal Tov"
• Posted by: Someone who knows what they are talking about
• Date: Monday, January 12, 2004, at 4:59 p.m.
• IP Address: w3gw.bss.boeing.com
• In Response to: I think they say "Mazal Tov" (Ofir)

> well to my opinion they say Mazal Tov, which is hebrew/latin. That would
> be appropiate cause the translation is "Congradulation" or
> "Good Luck" oh well it has many meanings... I'm from israel and
> i know the languege and i swear it's Mazal Tov. It's like a blessing. The
> rest i don't know...

Yea and maybe they take shabat in the beginning, and Neo's extrication from the little tube thing, thats like a circumcision. And the first time they wrote the script, they had Agent smith come out and say "Oy Vey!" instead of "Mr. Anderson".

Ok now onto seriousness.

The first line is a well known sanskrit verse.

"Asatomaa sat gamaya" - go from untruth to truth.

Finally these people paid respect to the culture and religion from which they pretty much borrowed entirely from to make this movie.




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