The Short Notice (Movie Script In Progress) Hello, I'm here for a question I would like to have answered before I continue to progress in my new story (I think it's fantasy because it has to do with "magic," not vampires or dragons or werewolves. My story, "The Short Notice," is about a weary college student, who fails to maintain a job, takes a journey to a mysterious shortcut to his college and high school in a dream sequence. I was wondering if the appearance of the college (the shortcut college) can be extremely different than the real one in terms of the sizes of the college and high school? In other words, will it question a person's belief if the size of the shortcut college is bigger than the size of the regular college? I'm not really asking for validation, but I'm trying to figure out if it would break the rules of the readers' suspension of disbelief. I forgot to mention that this is a dream sequence, and only the main character can see the mysterious college (even though the mysterious college is the same design and same as the normal college, except the shortcut college is bigger), and the shortcut college and high school is only over his fence in his backyard. Here is the catch though, when his mom takes him to the normal route to college, she can see it, but the main character can't, since the college is located in his fence for him, and to his mother, it is in the regular location for her and she can't see the "relocated" version of the school behind the fence. I hope I don't confuse anyone. Edit: When he wakes up, everything is normal. The purpose of the dream is to assist him with the challenges he is going through in reality, and since no one gives him opportunities to succeed, he must figure out what the magic shortcut is about in the dream. Then at the end of the movie he begins to realize what it is all about. He must maintain and stay in class in reality in order to keep dreaming about the magic shortcut.