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    The Man Who Planted Trees / L’homme qui plantait des arbres (1988)
    Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film
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    Movie Barcode condenses famous films into single images

    Movie Barcode has been around since 2011, but with the Oscars rolling around, it’s a great moment to look back at this Tumblr favorite that compresses each frame of a movie into a single line, then displays them together like colorful barcodes, giving each film its own indelible signature of color and light.

    Can a color code enhance our understanding of a film? We think so. Take a look at some of our favorites and see if you agree:

    1) The “Time to Die” monologue from Blade Runner:

    2) Raise the Red Lantern:

    3) KILL BILL: VOL. 1:

    See the rest at the Daily Dot!