The Kuleshov effect

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The Kuleshov effect is a very abstract form of optical (perceptual) illusion occurring at a level in which we interpret facial expressions in the context of what is happening around them.  It was discovered by a soviet film maker in the 1920s.  Fascinating I’m sure you’ll agree :


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