Illustrating: This little vox pop cleverly teases out not just that people tell lies, but what people think about their lies. The use of masks helps create a sense of confidentiality. It shows the misconceptions we often have about our lies in the way it shows the range of thoughts the people have about the impact of their own lies (from devastating to nothing), and the way that generally they shift the blame when reflecting on lies they’ve told.
How to use it: Provoke thought – This is a great teaser vox pop that could go before the sermon or Bible reading to get people thinking about their own lies. This could be used with many passages that demonstrate how the mouth reflects the heart, like James 3
Permission for use: Contact Cooke Pictures
Critique: Beautiful camera work, complementary sound, and great idea – what a great way to do a vox pop by adding the element of masks!