Well, I wouldn’t say for sure one way or the other. However, I set it up so I played the Oscar speech and the SAG speech in separate windows side by side at the same time with the sound down on both and watched her as she delivered them both. As I watched Sandra deliver both speeches without any audio, I saw a sadness in her face and body language at her Oscars speech, while at the SAG speech, her face, eyes and body language were much happier, more animated, and there seem to be an innocence there that was not existent in the Oscar speech. Actually, I think “innocence” is exactly the right word. As you watch the speeches playing at the same time, side by side and without audio, you can see a joyful innocence in her at the SAG speech and, despite having just won an Oscar, you see much less energy and that innocence is gone at her Oscar speech. Of course, I will concede the possibility that, given the subject of this article, I might be reading something into those videos that really wasn’t there; but, I don’t think so. However, I don’t think we take her body language and make the jump to the conclusion that she knew about the affair at the Oscars. I just think we could conclude at the most that she had something heavy and unpleasant on her mind. You know, it could have simply been a fight with her husband in the limo ride over concerning something that had nothing to do with his infidelity. You really never know, so it is probably best to limit your comments to just what you actually see and not draw large conclusions when there are really so many variables that you don’t know.
And by useless, I mean completely useful when you want to impress someone.
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