>I missed this thread.  Can someone briefly summarize?  If I understand your
>meaning, I believe that "The Opposite of Sex" also has an unreliable
Inspired by "The Usual Suspects," I wondered how many films have the
equivalent of literary unreliable narrators or indeed what that would
consist of in a film.  I think specifically it would have to be where the
viewers actually witness the events described or done in flashback as
opposed to a speaker or narrator who is simply not telling the truth
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