Hello! I'm writing a screenplay for a work my friend and I will direct next year. The story will involve multiple plot lines and be a combination of found footage/straight film. The story itself is straightforward for the most part, but there is a lot more going on that won't explicitly be stated and the audience will have to figure that out on their own (think Donnie Darko). My question is, how much should actually be revealed, and how much should be left out for the audience to come up with their own conclusion without seeming like a cop out? I'm going to constantly add new information that will change the entire perspective of what happened before, but the information I'll leave to the audience is more of the workings of the world, why and how certain things are happening instead of what's happening, if that makes any sense. So I'll give the basic gist, but I definitely want it to be a work that makes the audience think long after it's over. Any tips on that as well? Thanks guys, this is a great forum!