A lovely example of "what's in the frame is the entire universe" from "Men in Black" (1997). Look how director Barry Sonnenfeld sets up the scene - Agents K and J pull over Reggie in broad daylight. Then the camera dollys a few feet to reveal his wife in labor in the back seat. The narrator (the camera) didn't want you to see her until just the right time.
Of course the Agents would have seen her as they walked up to the car. But the camera movement reveal is what makes it funny.
A Twitter thread of other examples: https://twitter.com/tvaziri/status/1572246026916102144