Can anyone think of narrative (or storytelling) films that use the 
first-person, present tense (subjective) mode of address, other than in 
interior monologues? It must be done through speech, so “direct cinema” (a form 
of storytelling) doesn’t count. Examples, if there are any, can be from any 
tradition, commercial to experimental.

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