The way we make assessments about many people every day is by looking at their face. Faces tell us basic information such as gender, approximate age and possible ethnicity. But we also learn to read faces to gather clues about what sort of person someone is or how they might be feeling. But how do we do this and why do some people suffer Prosopagnosia - or the inability to recognise faces? This film explores the fascinating topic of face recognition, including recognising faces, reading faces and the Bruce-Young model, and blindness to faces. This program is an excellent resource for students of psychology.