"She didn't blink."
It's a peculiar observation, but when ex-Theranos receptionist Cheryl Gafner makes it, it's hard to shake — Elizabeth Holmes, the fraudster behind the now defunct blood testing company Theranos , doesn't blink.
Or at least when she does blink, it is done with purpose, a cool and calculating gesture that accompanies a specific word or phrase. To Holmes, blinks are seemingly for conveying sincerity and establishing trust, not an involuntary response to, y'know, having eyeballs.
It's an unsettling behavior to witness, particularly when put in the context of Holmes' dangerous multi-million dollar fraud. But gaining awareness of creepy details like this one is an essential part of The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley viewing experience. Read more... More about Hbo , Documentary , Fraud , Theranos , and Elizabeth Holmes