Just wanted to hop back on and say re-watched this evening and I think there is a storyform here.
The RS is the weak link here, but the MC / OS problem and solution seemed super clear to me and I think there's enough to determine author's intent.
Here is what I came up with for a storyform. I think it's really strong.
The things I picked up on when re-watching were:
The movie definitely has a Z-Pattern in the OS. The first half is all in Kamar-taj and then almost exactly in the middle of the film Kaecilius snatches the book and all the action breaks out.
Stephen is most definitely a stop character. HUGE chip on his shoulder. All of his personal stuff is about his accident and his hands being permanently handicapped. Definitely a Universe problem.
Stephen is all about progress. The very first scene after the hospital he wants to know when they can operate again. He snaps in Physical Therapy because he's not getting better. He throws himself into his training, trying to learn everything he can about magic. Hell, even his car wreck is caused by trying to get around the cars that are slowing him down.
A lot is made about Stephen being able to retain facts. I figured his unique ability would have something to do with that.
Influence Character is some combination of Mordo and The Ancient One. I realized they had different flavors of a similar thing. Ancient One believes that the rules can be bent, Mordo is rigid about staying withing the natural order. Also, Ancient One says something along the lines of "We never get rid of our demons, we just learn to live with them". All of that seemed to point toward Accurate (or tolerating).
I can't remember if it's explicitly stated, but the mentor/mentee relationship between Strange and the Ancient One seems to be about preparing Stephen to assume her role as Sorcerer Supreme after her death.
I think the issues in the OS are less to do with Self-Interest and Morality and more to do with Wisdom / Enlightenment. Kaecillius and his group are rejecting the teaching of the Ancient One and looking beyond human understanding for answers. Their eyes are a symbol of a twisted enlightenment. They've seen things beyond human comprehension.
There is a scene with Stephen and Christine that I think summarizes Stephen's change. I don't have the dialogue on hand, but it's something to do with "I thought the accident was the end, now I see it can be the beginning."
I always thought the coolest thing in the movie was how Stephen defeats Dormammu by creating an infinite time loop. I knew that had to be part of the storyform. Going with what I stated about Stephen's change made it click for me.
Even better when you realize that Kaecillius and his group are locked in the Dark Realm for all eternity.
With that, here's the story engine settings I came up with: