I'm supposed to shoot tomorrow. I have no actor. I have a crew of two, including myself.
That's what I have against me.
For me, I have a solid array of equipment. I have a soundstage (DXARTS' Fremont studio). And I have a pretty damn good idea.
I also have a ton of storyboards. Which brings me to now. I'm still boarding out my shots. I have 22 shots as of right now. I have four shots left to parse (iow, fill the 'tweens of the keyframes). And I'm stuck.
I'm not sure how to get from the guy climbing up the wall, to him leaping up to the ceiling. I'm really not. It's too sudden for it to occur right away. There has to be some logical bridge between the two. But not something throw away-able. Something that furthers the story.
So what's left to tell?
This would be a good place to start foreshadowing the end...But the foreshadowing can't come out of nowhere either. Foreshadowing needs to be foreshadowed.
Foreshadow 1: His wet hand in f/g as he fully opens his eye.
Foreshadow 2: (Now) When he goes up the wall, before he walks out of frame, we stay on the dark again.
Foreshadow 3: Reverse OTS as he reaches for the pool, transfixed.
End: Sits up into black, walks out of frame, leaving us to linger on black.
In the darkness, there is room, it is open. At the apex, there is only water and a reflection. A cramped space. Is his curse that he only travels toward the light?
Should the final shot be the darkness?