This image comes from the movie Alice in Wonderland. Mad Hatter is a crazy, wacky hatter who meets Alice when she shows up in Wonderland. Why people call him "mad" hatter because he did go mad. The mercury they used sometimes gave him mercury poison.
He loves having tea parties with his best friend, the March Hare, and the Dormouse. This image is Mad Hatter was having tea parties.
This is a close-up shot of Mad Hatter`s face. We can see there has no headroom in this frame, without with the attraction of the upper screen edge pulls the head firmly against it. Since his head is on the left upper. The magnetism of the frame here uses corners, and the screen corners exert an especially strong magnetic pull. We can feel that the head in this image glues to the ceiling, which intensifies a more scaring look in the use of magnetic pull of the upper edge. His head is very big as a large mass in the frame, which creates a large attractive power. This helps to make his head (facial expression) less like to move. The freezing of the face create a nervous, dangerous and uncertain feeling. The direction of Hatter`s looking forms an index vector. He looks at upper right corner, and the camera shoot from front right up corner (screen direction) and the lighting points on the long horizontal desk, all of these create a space z-axis index vector, which creates a low magnitude. The space of this image forms a tilted horizon, which suggest energy, activity, and progress. The very dark room with the little light, his eye direction, and the vector direction facilitate to energy to create a scaring and uncertain atmosphere.