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The Matrix the Shooting Script by  Larry and Andy Wachowski - Paperback - 1st Printing - 2001 - from after-words bookstore and Biblio.com

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The Matrix the Shooting Script

by Wachowski, Larry and Andy

Condition: Good -


U.S.A.: Newmarket Press, 2001. a good reading copy. pages clean but dull. binding tight but hinges creased/cracked. edge wear with ink chips. corners dented, creased and split. back cover yellowed around edges. large crease across bottom front cover. general shelf wear. . 1st Printing. Trade Paperback. Good -.


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