I can bang out a really nice treatment, I can flesh my characters out, and I can craft a nice monologue or a tense argument. But for everything else in the script, I'm awful. I cannot pad out a film to be a normal pace because all of the in-between, the exposition, tends to trip me up. It's difficult for me to construct a cohesive story from beginning to end. My characters can't have a conversation that isn't leading up to a hard-hitting line or a big reveal, and it leads to some depressingly one-dimensional work. Should I hire a screenwriter to help me craft the script, or do I run the risk of losing the personal foundation of the piece?