Reader Question: Is it okay for there to be more action lines in an action script?
Scott Myers
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RARELY ROOM FOR PAUSE — All action.

Allan Rambaldini’s question on action and the script samples that followed answers “how much is much.”

Narratives flow, almost poetic as it reads right into the slug lines.
There’s hardly room for scene description because the actions and locations are on the “move.”

This brings me to my question: Does the setting and period of the script limits dynamic “moving” action?

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