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The Spielberg Face

If you watch any of Steven Spielberg’s movies, you’ll notice a distinctive element: the Spielberg Face. If Spielberg deserves to be called a master of audience manipulation, then this is his signature stroke. You see the onscreen character watching along with you in wonder, awe, apprehension, fear, sadness. It’s the director’s way of hitting pause, to show the audience this is a critical scene, to reinforce how the audience should be feeling in that moment.
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