Can the Kuleshov Effect really control your perception of other people's feelings?

In the 1910s and 1920s, Lev Kuleshov was a famous Russian filmmaker curious about how audiences responded to film. This was a time when the art form was extremely new, but audiences were already going nuts for stars. One such star was Ivan Mozhukin, a matinee idol and beloved actor. Kuleshov shot a short film of… »11/14/12 10:00am11/14/12 10:00am