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That's right, body language incorporates your entire body, including the southernmost parts.
If you're feeling a little nervous or panicked, you may point your feet towards the door without even realizing it. After all, this foot position will make it easier to run out the door if you get a question you can't answer!
It's normal to feel a little nervous during an interview, but you have to do your utmost not to give it away. Instead, make sure your feet are pointed in the direction of your interviewer so he/she knows you are fully vested in the conversation.