Telling a Story from an Antagonist’s Point of View

There are many points of view from which every story can be told. Different iterations can be based on the same storyline, but a completely different perspective emerges when told from the antagonist's POV instead of the protagonist's. Some thriller novels tell the story from both perspectives by jumping back and forth between character perspectives in each chapter. Author and screenwriter Brandyn Cross can't think of an example of where a story is told only from the antagonist's POV, other than...
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