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Every frame of the Harry Potter movies, condensed into a barcode.

#oh my god #look at this #how it starts off with reds and oranges and purples #bright colors #and then it gets continuously darker towards the end #it’s so fitting to the story #and then there is that strip of white at the end #which has to be the king’s cross scene #and it’s just #light #in a dark time #which is extremely beautiful

you know why theres a white part at the end? because happiness can be found even in the darkest of times


The Harry Potter fandom has officially lost their minds.

the harry potter fandom: where people get all emotional over colour stripes

stuckwith-harry:

jelloisfalling:

forget-the-maps:

Every frame of the Harry Potter movies, condensed into a barcode.

you know why theres a white part at the end? because happiness can be found even in the darkest of times

The Harry Potter fandom has officially lost their minds.

the harry potter fandom: where people get all emotional over colour stripes

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"Actions that seem only selfish can often look selfless from the other side, no matter how warped that viewpoint is. Consider this: Homeland rarely utilizes point-of-view filmmaking, meant to place us literally inside a character’s head. But it does here. Carrie looks down at her baby. What would it be to be the mother of this child? And, then, as her daughter slips beneath the water, we switch to the infant’s point of view. What would it be to be the child of this mother? Homeland is all but daring us to identify with Carrie’s decision, to push our empathy so far it nearly snaps. And then it reminds us of the horrors present in her choice, lets us see how she might consider what she is doing to be somehow merciful.” —Libby Hill

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