One might also look to Alan Rudolph's MORTAL THOUGHTS (1991), in which the
viewer learns (at the very end of the film) that all that has come before may
have been a lie, or, at least, an alteration of the facts.  Demi Moore's
flashback indicates that the story she has been telling to cop Harvey Keitel
(which comprises practically the whole film) is not true, and it's up to the
viewer to sort out what might have actually happened.
Yours faithfully,
W. Ross Anglin,
Los Angeles
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