Thanks @mlucas and @Khodu
Let me try to explain…
Which is your OS Concern? Don't forget that will have an overarching presence in all your Acts.
The OS Concern is Subconscious / Dream, and the storyline is: A lifelong dream comes true when a group travels by car along the Australian west coast - but have to realize soon that their cars are used by drug dealers for their business
Depending on the effect you want to evoke in your audience and the meaning
- The OS storyline (Dream) asks the question: What does it really mean “realizing our dreams”
- The MC storyline (Morality) is about a woman on the trip who wants to meet her godchild and speak with her about her plans to marry a much older man
- The IC storyline (Responsibility) is about a independent man who wants to enjoy the trip and do all the things he ever dreamed off
- The RS storyline (Choice argues btw MC/IC if we can influence important decisions that have an influence on future developments?
My argument is: You are successful if you realize your dreams without giving up responsibility for others.
The OS Signpost are:
Memory – They remember what their dreams have been and go on a trip
Precocious – and they jump on everything (during the trip) what looks like their dreams (Nature, Countryside, People, Activities)
Subconscious – end they enjoy the ride and their dream - until suddenly they get scared (Police, Drug Dealers)
Conscious – and they to decide or run away from dreamland or not
I have a couple of scenes for example were all the characters remember (Memory) their dreams. But as not all character are present in Signpost 1 I only can bring this “Memories” scenes later (?).
Are the scenes at the end that have to do with Memory flashbacks to (or reveals of) events that occurred earlier, in the same time-frame as scenes 1-9 in Act 1?
What my OS character do, is to remember what they actually dreamed of and as they see something what looks like their dream they jump on it (decide to stay in Dreamland for ever, …)
seeing the Journey more than Signpost
Question: In that sense, Journey means the character “travel” through and experience the different signposts here and there .. while Singpost means the character experience each Signpost after the other
Edited: Added Subconscious for Concern