I was once hired to work on the rewrite of a pretty well-known horror classic. In this final showdown, he will test his mettle against the antagonistic forces that have thwarted him from achieving his goal.
How long should the average script be in pages?
I want to make the process of developing a plot, and maximizing the emotional experience of a story, as clear and as simple as I can. They've misjudged how something that can be summarized so quickly in outline form will translate into script pages and end up writing a quick scene or two to cover the action, but it's not very interesting or exciting.
My other studies include that of the enneagram a list, and a progression of personality types for those unfamiliar. Think about who your characters are and then brainstorm all the possible things that character would do during the different turning points of your screenplay plot.
Of course, you can call all this structure and story design, too, and you wouldn't be wrong. The angry Wanna-Be rushes out swinging his un-outlined spec like a club.