Many of my favorite directors (e.g., Ingmar Bergman, Sergio Leone) were drawn to the human face, capturing the souls of their respective characters by way of an applied physiognomy. Naturally, this wasn't as much an emphasis for Lucas, Kershner and Marquand, but there are numerous instances in which the protagonists/antagonists become credibly human. All without opening their mouths. My choice bits: -(TESB-Carbonite Chamber) Leia's determined glare at Vader, as Han is being prepped for freezing. In this context, the silent exchange between the wronged daughter and tyrannical father takes on Greek proportions, suggesting a final, dramatic confrontation in the film(s) to come. -(ROTS-Mustafar) Anakin's bemused dismissal, when Padme tells him "Obi-Wan knows about us. He wants to help." The look on his face is absolutely unsettling; haughty and borderline psychotic. Any preferences?