I was listening to the director comments on a DVD the other day. He was explaining character introductions. It got me thinking. Is there a movie where the characters names are never mentioned during the film but only in the credits? I think that might be an interesting and creative twist. The elimination of obivious character indentification could be used to create a movie along the same line as Memento where you have a jig saw puzzle in your mind that you have to piece together to form the complete picture instead of the sequence of events. You know what I mean? A shrewd director could skillful create and craft some ambiguities with misidentification between the characters and the audience. For example, Mr X tells Inspector W something like "I saw him go into the store at 11:15" We see a Mr. "Y" enter a store at 11:15. We automaitcally asumme Mr. Y is the guy Mr X is talking about (re: him) but what if later we discover "him" is someone else. Ok, nevermind. That's not a great example, but it's a hint at what I'm suggesting. I'm telling you, there's a good idea in there somewhere. It's probably already been done.