Minnesota-born Winona Ryder showed every emotion during SAG Awards speech

The many faces of Winona Ryder.

Here are many faces of Winona Ryder.

Stranger Thingswon the Screen Actors Guild award for best drama ensemble Sunday night, and during actor David Harbour's passionate speech about the current political climate, Ryder – who was born in Minnesota – reacted with a plethora of facial expressions.

Here's the speech, and all of Ryder's GIF-able reactions.

After Ryder had to hand the award to Harbour because it was heavy, Slate described the actresses reactions as going from "skeptical, shocked, confused, very skeptical, riled up, and very, very skeptical" as Harbour got louder and louder in his speech. The publication notes it's as if Ryder didn't know Harbour was going to address politics, so she did what she knows best: acting.

A few different times, Ryder threw up a fist or raised her hands in the air.

And the reactions on Twitter to Ryder's facial expressions were pretty priceless. Here are a few:

If you can't quite get enough, Buzzfeed broke down 22 of Ryder's facial expressions and paired them with what Harbour said in his speech. Check that out here.

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