I was taught never to do certain things when making a spec script, yet I go and begin reading these award winning script and...what the heck? There are 3 sizes you should write, 90 page, 110, and 120. I keep seeing scripts that are 117 pages and that last page is one sentence. I see tons of single word "orphans" on a line. They seem to have no concept of utilizing space. And half the scenes say stuff like "we see" and other things that amount to telling a camera where to go and how to transition to it, which is not the role of a spec script at all. How do they get away with that? I feel like I've been lied to here. EDIT: holy crap, this one has dialog and it isn't in teh dialog section, it's in the description. And this won an Oscar!