"Why is Winona Ryder making that face?"

You might have seen that question pop up a few times on your Twitter feed while scrolling through tonight...and frankly, we don't know. But she certainly was making a face — many of them! — while the cast of Stranger Things accepted the award for Outstanding Performance By an Ensemble in a Drama Series at the SAG Awards tonight (Jan. 29).

As David Harbour (who plays Jim Hopper) spoke with great passion about the craft of acting and the state of politics, drawing not-so-subtle comparisons between the world of Stranger Things and the protests happening right now against intolerance and injustice (ahem), his emotionally diverse co-star began reacting to each and every word. No emotion was left untouched: anger, sadness, joy, fear, wonder, amusement, disbelief, delight! More than likely, you'll feel all of these things while watching Winona watch David Harbour speak.

It's a wonderful and rousing speech — and the facial game of musical chairs is just an added bonus. Watch above.

The Winona Ryder Facial Journey at the SAG Awards:

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