Worst directing ever, or BEST directing ever?

We all know the answer to that question.


One may wonder why Guineas isn't looking towards the prisoner he's guarding. Well, it could be that he's watching the ways in instead of the prisoner he's sure can't escape, but there's also the possibility that he simply cannot bear to look at someone he knows to be unfairly imprisoned and under his guard, the terrible guilt relentlessly tearing away at him!

Or maybe he's just bad at guarding.