"Oh Oh I know how it goes I just don't know how to put it to (paper)"
presque vu, the wierd ass relative of the dejavu, sometimes called (TOT) tip of the tongue phenomenon.
We all know it, and we all know how annoying it is. "I know what it is but I don't remember the word".
that's the PG-13 version of what goes through our minds as we struggle to remember the word we KNOW we know.
I find that phenomenon to have a similar aspect when writing scripts and stories in general, I'm gonna go and call it writers presque vu.
So you have your idea, characters setting, all ready for the final screenplay / script/ whatever it is. You know the events like your own fridge but just as your fridge there's something missing, something tasty, that's in this case the lines of dialogue or some details specific to the scene.
Your say fuck it! and go ahead and write it, you read it and it doesn't feel right, so you write in again, you try and you advance slowly, cursing the days ideas were flowing without end.
So yeah I find myself in that little spot right now with my current script, i just can't proceed... and it's mildly infuriating. (*says while eye twitches).
Have you guys been on that spot? how did you overcame it? what do you find useful to do at the time?
I'd like to hear your experiences, I'm open to try anything at this point hahahaha!