I just wanted to get something clarified, its the new Agents suits, now at first I thought it was because of the green tint given to everything in the film, but when Smith is standing in front of Thompson in the Burly Brawl, Smith's suit is black and Thomspon's is green.
Then I thought, "Ah, it's because they were upgraded", but during a making of programme of it I saw Agent Johnson doing his stuff in a black suit...
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Their suits have a green tint in both the first and 2nd Movies. The ONLY exception to this is Smith in Reloaded, NOT in the 1st movie. He is no longer part of the system - and it means a few other things as well
All Agent's suits are tinted green, this may be the fabric or just lighting, but they are. Smith was 'freed' at the end of M1 and therefore in M2 he had a black suit as he wasn't part of the system (directly) anymore.
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no theyre not, otherwise they would show up on the matrix screens to link. It's the same as the train station, its not part of the matrix, its a separate place. Also, the real fact is that the costume designer tried to find fabrics that could reflect green better than other colors, and i dont really think that the suits being black is all that relevant, becuase neo changed his trenchcoat from a leather one to that canvas-y material and nobody said boo about it, costume changes are some of the most impressive VFX i think, it keeps them looking like real people, fashion takes over...
What the **** ShOota?
That would have to be the most slap worthy post i have ever seen.
He hasn't even replied yet.
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