I'm writing a script at the moment, nothing serious, just partially for practice, partially for fun. Doubt anything serious will come of it. Anyway, I'm writing it as a sort of tv show/web series type thing. The main character is a Hitman and I need to communicate alot of infomation to the viewer so they don't end up feeling a bit lost. The type of infomation is what work he does, who his clients are, his views of his work etc. The idea I came up with is breaking the fourth wall, i.e, talking directly to the audience, a kind of one sided conversation. However, I'm worried this might seem a bit lazy. Like I couldn't be bothered to come up with something more clever. I thought about maybe he could tell someone(an aparent stranger) and then end up killing them, as they were the intended target. Then I realised they kind of do that in "In Bruges" and I wouldn't want people to think I'm ripping other people off. Cheers.