I had given the first 26 pages of my screenplay to someone who writes professionally at his University. He writes for various publications and is very experienced, is in his 70's. Basically he told me that the writing I did past page 1 - sucked. It's in the first draft and I'm just trying to get things down on paper to put in a logical sequence. He has already suggested an entire re-write. Someone else who has knowledge of how a screenplay works has suggested that I just ignore the other person and keep going. Knowledge of how scenery and the visuals work into the story are a big part of it. I've written 23 more pages and am just plugging forward. What do you think? I mean, I like to keep my options open and maybe the first part is a bit drawn out. But something to fix later. Is it better to get the whole thing done then pick apart the areas that need it? Or is it best sometimes to start over and take it a new direction?