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Face

BBC documentary series examining the evolution of human faces, beautiful and famous faces.

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  • "BBC documentary series examining the evolution of human faces, beautiful and famous faces."@en
  • ""A veil of 44 muscles stretched over your skull or a summary of your identity? Everybody has one but what do we really know about them? This is the definitive story of the human face around the world."--Container."
  • "John Cleese presents this exploration of the human face, that combines comedy sketches and serious interviews."@en
  • "Explores the evolutionary, social and psychological aspects of the face."
  • "Explores the human face : its creation, function, sexuality, communication, identity and perception."
  • "Explores the human face : its creation, function, sexuality, communication, identity and perception."@en
  • "Four-episode television documentary examining the human face from every angle--cultural, historical, biological, physiological, and psychological."@en
  • "Four-episode television documentary examining the human face from all aspects -- cultural, historical, biological, physiological and psychological. A fascinating story and intriguing journey of self-discovery about the human face."
  • "Can a mathematical template tell you whether you are beautiful or not? How can you know if someone is lying? Do caricatures show us how we really see each other? Among dozens of celebrities, experts, and everyday people, we meet casting director Mali Finn as she tries to pick out the next famous face. Jim Cooke tells us about losing the ability to recognize faces. With the help of a team of doctors a little girl smiles for the first time."@en
  • "Four-episode television documentary examining the human face from every angle--cultural, historical, biological, physiological and psychological."@en
  • "A four-part series that looks at the human face - its creation, function, sexuality, communication and perception. Part 1, explores how humans send messages through facial expressions and how generally the face will reveal our true feelings whether we like it or not. Part 2, explains the theory of the evolution of the face over 5 million years and looking at the first face. Also explains why cultural differences between races occur and how we recognise others and the importance of self- recognition in creating our identity."@en
  • "Four-episode television documentary examining the human face from every angle-- cultural, historical, biological, physiological and psychological."
  • "A four-part series that looks at the human face - its creation, function, sexuality, communication and perception. Part 1, explores how humans send messages through facial expressions and how generally the face will reveal our true feelings whether we like it or not. Part 2, explains the theory of the evolution of the face over 5 million years and looking at the first face. Also explains why cultural differences between races occur and how we recognise others and the importance of self-recognition in creating our identity. Part 3, explores how we tend to judge beautiful people to be more able, worthy of higher pay, of higher status, more socially at ease, happier and of high morality. This is known as the Halo Effect. Highlights the connection between facial beauty and perceived health and how we tend to stereotype physically unattractive people and think they are less able and degenerate. Part 4, follows three actors as a casting agent examines their faces to determine whether they are more suited to minor parts in soaps or a major Hollywood role - or at all."@en
  • "These four programs look at the function, sexuality, communication, identity and perception of the human face."@en
  • "1: Join Cleese as he meets with surgeons, doctors, professors and filmmakers to examine the different types of smiles we exhibit and the barriers many must overcome to display the simplest smile. 2: Follow Cleese as he explores the differences between what made people famous in days gone by and what now puts them on the cover of a magazine. 3: What do faces tell us about their owners? How is it that we can remember so many faces over the course of a lifetime? 4: Learn what makes us perceive beauty when Elizabeth Hurley lends her good looks and professional insight to John Cleese's eye-opening exploration."@en
  • "A look in the mirror and looking at faces of others teaches a lot about what appearance reveals about character. Actor John Cleese explores how faces shape a person's identity and why biology and culture program humans to judge by appearance."
  • "A four-part series that looks at the human face - its creation, function, sexuality, communication and perception. Chapter 1, explores how humans send messages through facial expressions and how generally the face will reveal our true feelings whether we like it or not. Chapter 2, explains the theory of the evolution of the face over 5 million years and looking at the first face. Also explains why cultural differences between races occur and how we recognise others and the importance of self-recognition in creating our identity. Chapter 3, explores how we tend to judge beautiful people to be more able, worthy of higher pay, of higher status, more socially at ease, happier and of high morality. This is known as the Halo Effect. Highlights the connection between facial beauty and perceived health and how we tend to stereotype physically unattractive people and think they are less able and degenerate. Chapter 4, follows three actors as a casting agent examines their faces to determine whether they are more suited to minor parts in soaps or a major Hollywood role - or at all."

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  • "Television mini-series."@en
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  • "Documentary television programs."@en
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  • "Face"
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  • "John Cleese presents the human face"
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