May 8, 2014
Dozens of North American movies and series show a letter and a number that are repeated in a seemingly imperceptible way to the viewer. “The Simpsons”, films by Disney or by the Pixar production company, integrate it, in a discreet and simple way, almost imperceptibly, in each of their works.
The custom of inserting a personal brand in each film is part of the tradition of “Easter eggs”. It responds to the intention of the creators, who, almost like a game, leave a particular mark on each of their works. Alfred Hithcock’s fondness for appearing in his films is known, making cameos that do not alter the plot and serve as personal recreation. However, many films share the fixation for a letter and a difra: «A-113»
via “A-113”: the code that Hollywood hides in its films.
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