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Published on Jun 7, 2008
A spoof movie trailer dedicated to the ubiquitous photographic cliché of placing a subject's face at the bottom of the frame and showing only the eyes. Though the technique has been used throughout the late 20th Century in places like Ethiopia and Chechnya, the term "Angola" was coined in the early 2000s to describe the overabundance of these kinds of images of minefield victims in said country. Today, the Angola is no longer used strictly to portray victims of war and natural disasters, and is seen in ordinary situations from everyday life.