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Revolve involves orbital movement: Earth revolves around the sun.
Gyrate suggests revolving in or as if in a spiral course: The top gyrated on the counter and slowly came to a stop.
It told of a future where subdued and enslaved humans were literally plugged into and harvested as batteries (an energy source from their heat and bio-electrical activity).
And reality was nothing more than a computer simulation (the "Matrix") created by the sentient machines.
The photos were then reemployed as texture maps, augmented with additional paint work.
Director David Fincher's remarkable cult film was about an insomniac office-worker, an un-named Narrator (Edward Norton), who identified with an all-male support group, known as "Fight Club" - led by Tyler Durden (Brad Pitt) - the unreliable Narrator's own schizoid alter-ego that was being mentally projected as another individual.
This kinetic, action-oriented, science-fiction virtual reality film came from the directorial writing team of the Wachowski brothers, and included incredible Oscar-winning Visual-Effects (defeating Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999) and Stuart Little (1999)).
This popular, imaginative, visually-stunning film made reference to prototypical elements of the 21st century high-tech culture, such as hacking and virtual reality, and included bullet-dodging.
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The sequel to the classic Disney animation Fantasia (1940) again included computer-generated sequences.