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19th Mar '18 5:20:56 PM TwilightLord
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* The ''Series/KamenRiderKiva'' Adventure Battle DVD, ''Kimi mo Kiva ni Narō'' (You Can Also Be Kiva), is an interactive DVD mostly shot from the perspective of an unseen character (implied to be the viewer themselves), whom the characters train to become the next Kiva. We never see what they look like, since the only time we ever see them on screen is when they've already transformed into Kiva, though judging by their voice and height (seen as a silhouette just before they transform), they're a young boy.
29th Jan '18 10:09:10 AM Ninamarie124
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10th Jan '18 5:40:51 AM Fighteer
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* Sometimes done in [[TheRuleOfFirstAdopters pornography]] with the camera filmed[[https://www.chatsexocam.com]] from the viewpoint of one of the actors (normally the male).

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* Sometimes done in [[TheRuleOfFirstAdopters pornography]] with the camera filmed[[https://www.chatsexocam.com]] filmed from the viewpoint of one of the actors (normally the male).
10th Jan '18 4:47:47 AM simo_n
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* Sometimes done in [[TheRuleOfFirstAdopters pornography]] with the camera filmed from the viewpoint of one of the actors (normally the male).

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* Sometimes done in [[TheRuleOfFirstAdopters pornography]] with the camera filmed filmed[[https://www.chatsexocam.com]] from the viewpoint of one of the actors (normally the male).
10th Dec '17 12:10:22 AM jamespolk
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* An early example is the 1947 film noir ''Lady in the Lake'', directed by and starring Creator/RobertMontgomery, which was filmed almost entirely in POV Cam to imitate [[Literature/TheLadyInTheLake the original novel]]'s first-person narration (this is hence a rare non-video game example of UnbrokenFirstPersonPerspective). Just so the film's Big Name Star was not totally unseen, he appears in bridging sequences and is seen whenever Marlowe looks into a mirror.

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* An early example is the 1947 film noir ''Lady in the Lake'', ''Film/LadyInTheLake'', directed by and starring Creator/RobertMontgomery, which was filmed almost entirely in POV Cam to imitate [[Literature/TheLadyInTheLake the original novel]]'s first-person narration (this is hence a rare non-video game example of UnbrokenFirstPersonPerspective). Just so the film's Big Name Star was not totally unseen, he appears in bridging sequences and is seen whenever Marlowe looks into a mirror.
10th Sep '17 7:53:29 PM PaulA
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Compare InUniverseCamera (formerly named FirstPersonCamera, which now redirects here). Contrast FaceCam.

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Compare InUniverseCamera (formerly named FirstPersonCamera, which now redirects here). Contrast FaceCam.
FaceCam. For a literary trope that can be used to similar effect, see TheAllConcealingI.



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* A rare literary example is Creator/HPLovecraft's short story "The Outsider", which follows reason #5 to a T, and disguises the narrator's identity from the audience right up to the last sentence.
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18th Aug '17 3:17:46 PM Adeon
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* Sometimes done in [[TheRuleOfFirstAdopters pornography]] with the camera filmed from the viewpoint of one of the actors (normally the male).
17th Jun '17 9:15:03 PM jormis29
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* An early example is the 1947 film noir ''Lady in the Lake'', directed by and starring Robert Montgomery, which was filmed almost entirely in POV Cam to imitate [[Literature/TheLadyInTheLake the original novel]]'s first-person narration (this is hence a rare non-video game example of UnbrokenFirstPersonPerspective). Just so the film's Big Name Star was not totally unseen, he appears in bridging sequences and is seen whenever Marlowe looks into a mirror.

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* An early example is the 1947 film noir ''Lady in the Lake'', directed by and starring Robert Montgomery, Creator/RobertMontgomery, which was filmed almost entirely in POV Cam to imitate [[Literature/TheLadyInTheLake the original novel]]'s first-person narration (this is hence a rare non-video game example of UnbrokenFirstPersonPerspective). Just so the film's Big Name Star was not totally unseen, he appears in bridging sequences and is seen whenever Marlowe looks into a mirror.
2nd Jun '17 2:54:45 PM Nylsa
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* The ''Series/StarTrek:DeepSpaceNine'' episode "The Magnificent Ferengi" has one of these, combined with a HuddleShot from Keevan's eyes, though after [[spoiler: he is killed]].

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* The ''Series/StarTrek:DeepSpaceNine'' ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' episode "The Magnificent Ferengi" has one of these, combined with a HuddleShot from Keevan's eyes, though after [[spoiler: he is killed]].
31st May '17 8:22:15 AM StFan
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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirls'':
** Upon emerging from the portal, the point of view is through Twilight's eyes. The first thing she sees is a ladybug, then Spike turned into a dog, and then... her brand-new hands. Cue SkywardScream.
** We get another shot from Twilight's viewpoint during the HuddleShot, as she's sprawled on the ground.
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