Hello everybody, i hope we are all doing well today. I have recently discovered (although not that recently if i am to be completely honest with myself) that when i have an idea i would love to write about i immediately imagine it playing like a film. When re-reading my chapters they play like a film, for example i move from idea to idea like a camera shot would. i like to play with the passage of time etc. would i be better writing a script instead of a novel?? now i know how that sounds and i know that the only real answer is , "Well, what do you want to write?" i know this i really do. But... When i write a script i tend to put too much description ( or atleast i have been told that by one of the few people i let read my work ) and try to set the scene etc too much, "this is for the director to decide" is the usual response. I've downloaded some scripts form the InterWeb and id say about 50 / 100 go the way of the description but seeing as though these scripts are probably typed up by an obsessed fan of the film in question im a little loathed to base everything on them. So, and i swear this rant is finally drawing to a close...Can you describe i na script or must it be the bare bones ?? Thank you.