Hello fellow screenwriters, Quick question that I'm a little stumped on, though I think it a little asinine. I have a scene in a film in which a character is standing in the kitchen in the day (INT. KITCHEN - DAY), then the next scene cuts to him sitting in kitchen at night (INT. KITCHEN- NIGHT). Both these scenes take place in the same day (in other words the kitchen scene in the day isn't on Monday morning, then the kitchen scene in the night takes place on Tuesday night. It all takes place Monday morning and Monday night). I hope this makes sense. My question is, would i need to write "continuous" here? (INT. KITCHEN - NIGHT (CONTINUOUS) ). I can't use "moments later" either because that would imply that the action takes place not too long after when it in fact it is hours later. Should i perhaps just write something in the scene description that alludes to the change in time? Thanks!