#empiredidnothingwrong This actually reminds me of a really interesting video I watched on Passengers (minor language warning, but it isn't horrible - plus you don't need to have seen the movie to understand what he's talking about). Basically when you shift the POV from Chris Pratt's character to Jennifer Lawrence's, all of a sudden Pratt's funny, sympathetic protagonist becomes a really creepy antagonist and could have become an outright "villain". Not really an "unreliable narrator" (but in this situation Pratt's character becomes sort of an unreliable source for story information), but it does show how narration choices, even in movies where the narration is a bit different than in prose, can make a huge difference in how characters or events are viewed. Then there is the infamous "The Death Star was an Inside Job" as an example of how selective facts can dramatically change how a story is told. I personally haven't used any of these techniques - but it might make for a really fun challenge.