You know how Romeo and Juliet begins by telling you that the title characters are going to die, which makes things all the more meaningful throughout? I have an idea for a movie, wherein a catholic priest gives confession to four people. The first person releases a gas that paralyzes and eventually kills the priest, which he tells the priest, who is shocked during the next confession. The priest is rather clam for the third, but for the forth he is in complete shock that he is going to die. The forth confessor is "just there to talk" and barely notices the priest's emotional state. She leaves slightly after he is dead, unbeknown to her. My problem before I start writing is whether to show everything in chronological order, or to waint until during the final confession to have a flashback to the first? Obviously I haven't said much about why the dude kills him or what the confession will be about, but I'm still unsure on much of those things myself.