"It’s a miracle, that face. He’s never not looking like he’s crying. Even at its most tame, his face has the distinct mark of a post-sob afterglow. It’s something that has probably been with him since childhood. It’s a face that should be on posters and distributed to new parents. We’ve all been given the “If you keep making that face, it’ll stay that way” warning as kids. Finally, we have Randolph as the human face to an apparently very real affliction."
Danny Chau on Anthony Randolph’s face.