Tuesday, March 29, 2011

It's Written All Over Your Face

a micro expression of Tim Roth
As the week goes on, I find myself even more wrapped in my new addiction. It's not drugs and its not alcohol. Its a TV show famous for representing a science that has been used lately from government agencies like CIA or FBI. If you are still trying to figure what it is, here is a hint: (Tim Roth plays the main character who also played a role in the 2008 version of The Incredible Hulk). Yep, its Lie To Me. I guess I have a thing for Crime Shows. However, Lie To Me has its own quirk: its actually based on a proven science. As a matter of fact, on the official website of the show there is a blog section where Dr. Paul Ekman, whose work is the basis of the show, explains the science behind each episode. This show doesn't fail to give you modern day examples for you to know that micro expressions is something real and still happens today. If you love Criminal Minds, you will love this show. It has its twists and Tim Roth to perform the perfect role as the main guy who sees all. Don't knock it until you try it. Who knows, you might actually learn something.

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