VDTs are mentioned a couple of times in The Matrix Revolutions, both times in connection with self-harming, both times in connection with Bane:

Maggie: The Captain has some questions for him. He better have some good answers. You see these cuts? I think they're self-inflicted.
Trinity : Why?
Maggie: VDTs, maybe. I don't know. But like I said, the answer had better be good.

So, what are VDTs?

Oh, and for the record, if you're planning to tell me they're (Virtual) Delirium Tremens, you need to back it up with actual proof, not web-speculation :-)

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    Some versions of the script have this line transcribed as "DDTs" rather than "VDTs". Do we know which one is correct? – Chris Taylor Apr 27 '16 at 7:40
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    @ChrisTaylor - Can you post a link to these scripts? – Valorum Apr 27 '16 at 7:44
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    Here's one and another. I'm not saying that these are official scripts or official transcriptions - just that I haven't seen an official script, and the unofficial transcriptions vary. – Chris Taylor Apr 27 '16 at 7:47
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    @Skooba - As I've said, just because some random internet person took a wild guess that that's what it stands for, why should I take their word? Note that there are at least three other uses of that acronym in my medical dictionary; Vascular Dilatation and Tortuosity / Visual Disturbance and Tremors / Ventricular Diastolic Thresholds. – Valorum Apr 28 '16 at 15:17
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    @ABcDexter - The Wachowskis (no longer brothers, BTW) are notoriously secretive. The "making of" documentary that came with the DVDs is about 90% others and only about 10% them, and even then they're mostly discussion storyboarding, lighting and CGI rather than anything about the film's story. – Valorum Jun 29 '16 at 19:06

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