We all know that just about every image of a person we see on TV or in the movies these days has been digitally retouched to some degree. These changes are often kept secret, however, because the directors don’t want the public to know just how different the person we see on screen looks from their true self. What does it take to create this virtual beauty?

Hungarian directors Balint Nagy and Nandor Lorincz have exposed the extremity of these changes in their latest music video for Hungarian artist Boggie.


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The video not only reveals how intricately tweaked and unnatural the faces and bodies of celebrities are when they appear on screen or in magazines, but also makes us wonder whether the “perfected” version of Boggie is truly more beautiful than her raw form.” (Source)

Do not judge from his appearance or from his lofty stature, because I have rejected him. Not as man sees does God see, because man sees the appearance but the LORD looks into the heart.” – 1st Samuel 16


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