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The Merovingian and Persephone at Club Hel
The Merovingian and Persephone at Club Hel

In the movie "The Matrix Revolutions" and the game,"The Matrix Online",Club Hel is a nightclub run by The Merovingian, a ruthless, powerful elder program in the Matrix. This nightclub appears to cater to people with goth and other fetishes. It is here that Morpheus, Trinity, and Seraph meet with the Merovingian to barter for Neo's escape from the Train Station, a computer construct run by the Merovingian's henchman, the Trainman. After Trinity starts a fight and creates a Mexican standoff with the Merovingian, Neo is eventually freed. Image File history File links Clubhel. ... Image File history File links Clubhel. ... This article does not cite its references or sources. ... The Matrix Online (MxO) is a MMORPG developed by Monolith Productions. ... This is an article on the fictional character The Merovingian in The Matrix Trilogy. ... Gothic woman, trad style, with spikes and piercings This article is about the contemporary goth/gothic subculture. ... Fishburne as Morpheus in The Matrix Revolutions Morpheus is the name of a fictional character (played by Laurence Fishburne) in the science fiction films, The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded, and The Matrix Revolutions. ... Trinity is the central female fictional character in The Matrix universe, played by actress Carrie-Anne Moss in the films The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions. ... Seraph is the name of a fictional character (played by Collin Chou) in the science fiction film saga, The Matrix. ... Neo is the name of the central fictional character from the movie The Matrix and its sequels The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions. ... The Trainman is a fictional character seen in the film The Matrix Revolutions and the game Enter the Matrix. ... A classic Mexican standoff from the Quentin Tarantino film Reservoir Dogs. ...


The name of the club is an allusion to the possible purposes in the Matrix of the Merovingian and his wife, Persephone. In Greek mythology, Hades, the god of the underworld, kidnapped and marries a young maiden named Persephone. Spoiler warning: In the movies The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions, Persephone (played by Monica Bellucci) is the wife of The Merovingian. ...


The club is an over the top depiction of a Fetish nightclub. Many view this as an expression of co-director Larry Wachowski's not so secret turn in personal life (during production of the final two film in the Matrix Trilogy, Larry became romantically connected with Professional Dominatrix Ilsa Strix).

The Matrix series
Films The Matrix | The Matrix Reloaded | The Matrix Revolutions
The Animatrix Final Flight of the Osiris | The Second Renaissance | Kid's Story | Program | World Record | Beyond | A Detective Story | Matriculated
Games Enter the Matrix | The Matrix Online | The Matrix: Path of Neo
Main characters Neo | Trinity | Morpheus | Smith | Agents | Oracle
Secondary characters Apoc | Architect | Bane | Cas | Cypher | Dozer | Ghost | Kamala | Keymaker | Kid | Link | Lock | Merovingian | Mouse | Niobe | Persephone | Rama Kandra | Sati | Seraph | Sparks | Switch | Tank | Trainman | Twins
Locations The Matrix | The City | Club Hel | Mobil Ave | Zero One (Machine City) | Zion
Ships Brahma | Caduceus | Gnosis | Icarus | Logos | Mjolnir (Hammer) | Nebuchadnezzar | Novalis | Osiris | Vigilant | Other ships
Cast and crew Wachowski brothers | Keanu Reeves | Laurence Fishburne | Carrie-Anne Moss | Hugo Weaving | Owen Paterson | John Gaeta | Geof Darrow | Steve Skroce
Other topics Matrix source code | The Matrix character names | Original Soundtrack | The Matrix Revisited | The Ultimate Matrix Collection
Related articles Bullet time | Cyberpunk | Digitalism | Martial arts film | Messiahs in fiction and fantasy | Virtual reality
The Matrix series consists primarily of three films, The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions, all written and directed by the Wachowski brothers and set in the same universe. ... The Matrix is a science-fiction/action film first released in the USA on March 31, 1999, written and directed by Larry and Andy Wachowski. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... This article does not cite its references or sources. ... The Animatrix is a collection of nine CG and anime short films set in the world of The Matrix, partly written by the Wachowski brothers. ... An opening scene from Final Flight of the Osiris. ... The Second Renaissance (2003) is composed of two short anime films which form part of The Animatrix collection. ... The Kid on the run from Agents. ... Program is a short film written and directed by Yoshiaki Kawajiri, and is part of The Animatrix series. ... Dan running on the track. ... The kids investigate the lot. ... A Detective Story is an animated short film set in the universe of The Matrix. ... The robot and the human with the great divide between them. ... Enter the Matrix is the first video game based on the Matrix series. ... The Matrix Online (MxO) is a MMORPG developed by Monolith Productions. ... Neo is the name of the central fictional character from the movie The Matrix and its sequels The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions. ... Trinity is the central female fictional character in The Matrix universe, played by actress Carrie-Anne Moss in the films The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions. ... Morpheus in The Matrix Revolutions Morpheus as he styled himself in The Matrix Reloaded Morpheus is the name of a fictional character (played by Laurence Fishburne) in the science fiction films, The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded, and The Matrix Revolutions. ... Agent Smith (later merely Smith) is a fictional character featured in the Matrix film series, played by actor Hugo Weaving. ... From left to right: Agents Brown, Smith, and Jones Spoiler warning: Agents are a group of characters in The Matrix series. ... Make up your own damn mind. ... Apoc Apoc is the name of a fictional character played by Julian Arahanga in the science fiction film, The Matrix. ... I am the Architect. ... Spoiler warning: Bane was a human crew member of the Zion hovercraft Caduceus in the films The Matrix Reloaded and its sequel, The Matrix Revolutions. ... Cas in Zion, played by Gina Torres Cas is the name of a fictional character (played by Gina Torres) in the science fiction films, The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions. ... Cypher firing a gun at Tank Cypher is a fictional character from the movie The Matrix played by Joe Pantoliano. ... Dozer is the name of a fictional character (played by Anthony Ray Parker) in the science fiction film, The Matrix. ... Ghost is the name of a fictional character (played by Anthony Wong) in the computer game Enter the Matrix, and the science fiction films The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions. ... Kamala is the name of a fictional character (played by Tharini Mudaliar) in the science fiction film The Matrix Revolutions. ... Randall Duk Kim as The Keymaker escaping with Trinity in The Matrix Reloaded Spoiler warning: In the movie The Matrix Reloaded, The Keymaker is a computer program taking the form of an older Asian man (portrayed by Randall Duk Kim) imprisoned by The Merovingian. ... Clayton Watson as The Kid The Kid is a fictional character (played by Clayton Watson) from The Matrix Reloaded, The Matrix Revolutions, and The Animatrix short - Kids Story. The Kids full name is Michael Karl Popper. ... Link (played by actor Harold Perrineau) serves as the ships Operator for the crew of the Zion hovercraft Nebuchadnezzar in the movies The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions. ... Commander Lock is a fictional character from the Matrix film series, portrayed by actor Harry J. Lennix. ... The Merovingian This is an article on the fictional character The Merovingian in The Matrix Trilogy. ... Mouse grinning Mouse is a fictional character (played by Matt Doran) in The Matrix universe. ... Niobe is a fictional character from the Matrix film series, portrayed by actor Jada Pinkett Smith, wife of actor Will Smith. ... Spoiler warning: In the movies The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions, Persephone (played by Monica Bellucci) is the wife of The Merovingian. ... This article is about a Hindu incarnation of God (i. ... Sati is a fictional character (played by Tanveer K. Atwal) in the science fiction film, The Matrix Revolutions, named after a Hindu deity who committed suicide after her parents forbade her marriage. ... Seraph is the name of a fictional character (played by Collin Chou) in the science fiction film saga, The Matrix. ... Sparks is the name of a fictional character (played by Lachy Hulme) in the science fiction film The Matrix Revolutions. ... Switch was a member of the crew of the Nebuchadnezzar, a Zion hovercraft commanded by Morpheus in the 1999 movie, The Matrix. ... Bruce Spence as the Trainman The Trainman is a fictional character in the film The Matrix Revolutions and the game Enter the Matrix. ... Poster featuring The Twins In The Matrix, The Twins are the two silvery henchmen of The Merovingian who can become translucent and move through solid objects. ... The Matrix is the setting for the Matrix series. ... The City is an enormous virtual megacity in which the inhabitants of The Matrix live their lives in The Matrix series of movies. ... Mobile Ave. ... Pro Wrestling ZERO-ONE is a Japanese professional wrestling promotion founded in 2001. ... In the The Matrix films, Zion was the last human city, which existed deep underground to hide itself from its enemies as well as for warmth. ... The Brahma is a hovercraft in the Matrix trilogy. ... The Caduceus is a hovercraft in the Matrix trilogy. ... The Gnosis is a hovercraft in the Matrix trilogy. ... The Icarus is a hovercraft in the Matrix trilogy. ... The Logos is a hovercraft in the Matrix trilogy. ... The Mjolnir is a hovercraft in the Matrix trilogy. ... The Nebuchadnezzar is a futuristic dark coloured mechanical hovercraft captained by Morpheus in the Matrix trilogy. ... The Novalis is a hovercraft in the Matrix trilogy. ... The Osiris is a hovercraft in the Matrix trilogy. ... The Vigilant is a hovercraft in the Matrix trilogy. ... There are twelve hovercraft in service at once in Zions fleet (according to the Enter the Matrix Strategy Guide). ... Larry Wachowski (born June 21, 1965) and Andy Wachowski (born December 29, 1967) are Polish American film directors most famous for the Matrix series. ... Keanu Reeves Keanu Charles Reeves (born on September 2, 1964 in Beirut, Lebanon) is a British-Canadian Hollywood film actor. ... Fishburne as Morpheus in The Matrix Revolutions Laurence Fishburne (born July 30, 1961 in Augusta, Georgia, USA) is a notable African-American movie actor. ... Carrie-Anne Moss as Trinity in The Matrix Reloaded Carrie-Anne Moss, born August 21, 1967 in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, is an actress who achieved worldwide fame following her appearances in The Matrix trilogy. ... Hugo Weaving as Agent Smith Hugo Wallace Weaving (born April 4, 1960) is an Australian film and stage actor. ... Owen Paterson is an Australian production designer, who was chiefly responsible for the design and look of The Matrix series of movies. ... John Gaeta (born 1965) is a visual effects supervisor best known for his work on the Matrix film trilogy, where he advanced and popularized the effect known as bullet time, virtual cinematography, universal capture, and CGI visualization. ... Cover art by Geof Darrow Geof (Geoffrey) Darrow (October 21, 1955) is a comic artist and designer born in Iowa, USA. He was a student at Hanna-Barbera cartoon studios after studying at the American Academy of Fine Arts in Chicago. ... Steve Skroce is a Canadian comic book artist. ... The Matrix source code or Digital Rain is a fictional code seen in The Matrix on the computer screens of Nebuchadnezzar. ... Several of the names in The Matrix films and stories have additional meanings. ... As it turned common during the past decades, big budget movies are often released with several merchandise items, including official soundtracks. ... The Matrix Revisited is a documentary on the production of the movie The Matrix. ... The Ultimate Matrix Collection The Ultimate Matrix Collection is a DVD release featuring all the titles in the Matrix Series, as well as several hours of special features, spread over 10 discs. ... Bullet-time is a concept introduced in recent films and computer games whereby the passage of time is slowed down so that an observer can see individual bullets flying throughout the scene at a conceivable rate, usually with their trails made visible. ... Berlins Sony Centre in Potsdamer Platz reflects the global reach of a Japanese corporation. ... Digitalism is a term that refers to all expressions of digital culture. ... Martial arts film is a film genre that originated in the Pacific Rim. ... Apart from featuring in several religions, the idea of a messiah or Chosen one figure has been a key plot device in the genres of science fiction and fantasy. ... Virtual Reality (VR) is an environment that is simulated by a computer. ...

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Club Hel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (219 words)
In the movie "The Matrix Revolutions" and the game,"The Matrix Online",Club Hel is a nightclub run by The Merovingian, a ruthless, powerful elder program in the Matrix.
The name of the club is an allusion to the possible purposes in the Matrix of the Merovingian and his wife, Persephone.
The club is an over the top depiction of a Fetish nightclub.
Seraph (The Matrix) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (573 words)
At that moment, the Merovingian was holding court at Club Hel, a decadent nightclub owned by the Merovingian.
The three make their way to the club and have a battle with a number of the Merovingians guards, whom they dispatch with relative ease.
They then exchange threats with the Merovingian; Trinity's threat seems to hold greater gravity than the Merovingian's (thanks to a gigantic Mexican standoff she creates), and the crew of the Nebuchadnezzar are reunited.
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