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>3:05 - "including fines and dispersing gatherings"
There's a little glumb expression and nod, as if to suggest hesitance at making the descision.
>3:56 - "I know the damage this is doing"
A major break of continuity when Johnson looks down to the desk, as if to suggest he'd reading of the damage from a report rather than knowing first hand.
>4:50 - "with the time you bide"
Another break of continuity as Johnson reaches out as if to give the viewer something. Alternatively a reference to handing over cash as in 'time you buy (I'm unsure which he says).
There're a few points which might be micro expressions but i couldn't pin them to anything significant.
Are these simply physical punctuation?
Why would the be prompted?
Without being informed there's little for me to do with these timestamps.
High profile people with PR teams are, evidently, much more coached and difficult to interpret than the kind of characters i've enjoyed analysing in the past.
By way of giving this thread a purpose, i'll ask;
What exactly is it that i'm trying to study, here, and what resources might help me understand it?