The art of lying: LA Noire

Develop takes a magnifying glass to Team Bondi's divisive and dazzling facial tech

In the early years of the cinema – back before Spielberg, Lucas and Cameron et al shunned the medium’s more literary leanings and defined the ‘big’ film – character was everything.

The curl of a lip, the raise of an eyebrow, a word unspoken; little asides spoke volumes about the motivations of the tormented souls of the silver screen. The genesis of special effects offered writers and directors a far grander canvas on which they could create, but with the possibility of near-limitless scope, a certain nuance got lost in the mix.

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