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The original opening of _Army of Darkness_, included as a supplement to the director's cut, might be worth looking at.

Scott

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> >here I am instead seeking suggestions of readily acquirable films >from any period which .contain. scenes of a character(s)
> >offering an interpretation about something to another
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> One of the nicest examples is at the opening of "Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me" where Lynch in character as an FBI agent gives an interpretation to other agents of an unusual event that's both a parody of reductive criticism and a warning about how to approach the rest of the film.  (Of course the classic literary example is Nabokov's "Pale Fire.")
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