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  1. Sylvester

    Sylvester Member

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    Two locations in one setting.

    Discussion in 'Setting Development' started by Sylvester, Jul 12, 2009.

    I have scene in my script that has four of my heroes confronting two henchmen in a warehouse. My other four heroes however, are secretly watching from the catwalk above. Should I do the scenes seperate? (Int. Warehouse, Int Catwalk, Int. Warehouse?

    I tried to do the scene as one big scene, but it looks a bit confusing so I think I know the answer.
     
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    Sometimes formulating the question is all you need to do to find the answer.
     

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