In motion pictures you can skip bleach either at the negative development stage or the positive print development stage. Each one gives you a different effect. Skipping bleach on the negative blows out your highlights with an increase of grain, increase in contrast and an increase in saturation. Skipping bleach on the positive print crushes blacks, increases contrast and decreases saturation with a nominal increase of grain (this can depend on how it was exposed, whether pushed processed or flashed). Motion picture film is also processed in different chemicals (ECN-2) than "normal" still films (C-41). Needless to say I have no idea of what the effect you would get by skipping bleach in C-41 is. I sure would be very interested in seeing it though. Anyone try it?