Olivier Rousteing also is sustaining the point-of-view at Balmain that returned the house to the spotlight.
Rather than cast a single performer as Woods, the three women have point-of-view sex with the actors portraying him.
If you do this conscientiously, you will probably find the fault therein and seek a remedy by changing the point-of-view.
You can express your own point-of-view there if you can get anybody to listen to you.
We can see the effects of certain occurrences and judge of their relative importance, from man's point-of-view.
But this paper is the soap-box of that chap, and his is the only point-of-view that'll be expressed in it.
Come to think of it, we ought to set up a special woman's-point-of-view program, too.
After all, looking at it from their point-of-view, and bearing in mind the freedom of the individual, why shouldn't they?
If anything seem to be wrong with you, first examine the point-of-view.
The motives and point-of-view which determine most of his acts have become, so to speak, a part of his second nature.
"position from which a thing is viewed," 1727, translating French point de vue, a loan-translation of Latin punctum visus. Figurative use is from 1760. The Latin phrase was translated into German as Gesichtspunkt.