I just finished the second half re-write of one of my scripts. I've never been this satisfied with anything I wrote before. Every scene adds to the story, there doesn't seem to be any filler, the actions and dialogue were written with ease although the length, which I've been told most screenplays should be between 90-120 pages is far beyond that with 165 pages. With screenplays such as Scarface having page numbers beyond 180 does the length of your script really matter? This is beyond my first screenplay, I've written over three hundred thousand words of script last year alone and likely five hundred thousand words or more in the five years before that but this is the script I want to show to the world. Not the garbage I wrote before this, but this. I plan on having it edited professionally but before I do I want to know, does the length of your script really matter?