Hi, I'm working on some scenes where I now noticed that I might be cheating, regarding POV. It's kinda similar to a cheat used in the movie 'The Name Of The Rose', based on Umberto Eco's famous novel (Whether this cheat is also used in his novel, I don't know. Anyone who have read it are welcome to shed some light on it). The story begins by having the MC look back on his life, as an old man. In the film, once we drift into the story, the POV will sometimes follow other characters, while doing things they could not possibly have told the MC about later. But the whole story is, in essence, the memoires of the old man, whos voice will narrate several passages, including the beginning and end (ending shifts to present tense, for the conclusion). These little jumps into different characters' POVs, during a story narrated by the MC later, should be considered cheating...right?