We change the behavior of actors in a video. For instance, the outcome of a 100-meter race in the Olympic game can be falsified. We track objects and segment motions using a modified mean shift mechanism. The resulting video layers can be played in different speeds and at different reference points with respect to the original video. In order to obtain a smooth movement of target objects, a motion interpolation mechanism is proposed based on continuous stick figures (i.e., a video of human skeleton) and video inpainting. The video inpainting mechanism is performed in a quasi-3D space via guided 3D patch matching for filling. Interpolated target objects and background layers are fused by using graph cut. It is hard to tell whether a falsified video is the original. We demonstrate the original and the falsified videos in our website at http://www.mine.tku.edu.tw/video_demo/). The proposed technique can be used to create special effects in movie industry.