Expression of the Day – 22 Oct 2012

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What’s the expression of the guy looking at Obama?

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4 Responses to Expression of the Day – 22 Oct 2012

  1. Varun says:

    Anger and about to release his breath.

  2. Anthony says:

    Anger and unsatisfied with the situation. The tightened lips can show the unsatisfactory. The eyes are glaring at Obama. He may be angry about what he said.

  3. I see anger and distrust and maybe even some fear.

  4. SDL says:

    Thanks to Jody Pirret who found this You Tube clip giving a great background on this image. As always – it’s challenging to accurately assess a still image without the context. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CMzzlIfgnQY

    Hollande is displaying some signs of fear and discomfort as Obama was going through some points, with an obvious mirroring of Obama at one stage.

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