It's just a matter of perspective.
Tired of politics but fascinated by mind trickery and illusions? Sometimes a change of perspective changes everything.
Georges Méliès was a master of the bizarre and quaint warping of perspective. In "The Man With The Rubber Head" (1902), Georges plays a somewhat mad scientist who has mastered the ability to inflate his own head (and ego?). To do this, he simply filmed and superimposed himself on a static shot of his "lab." Because, after all, isn't everything just a matter of perspective? (H/t to The Public Domain)