The Human Face With John Cleese | 2000
Actor/comedian/amateur psychologist John Cleese reveals the secrets of the human face. The 44 muscles and two bones that make up the human face can express all sorts of emotions, but our faces communicate many powerful messages. The program reveals how your face can tell others more about you than just your sex, age and mood. People who have certain facial characteristics are perceived as healthier, smarter, kinder, more trustworthy and more hardworking than others who lack that "certain something." Cleese also examines "microexpressions," which are tiny facial reactions to internal stimuli like deceit and arousal.