Screenwriters are told not to put camera directions in scripts. That irritates directors. It is possible to put editing directions in scripts! If you want to read a script with built-in momentum take a look at the script of The Bourne Supremacy:
INT. THE AUDI/REST-STOP -- NIGHT
BOURNE'S EYES OPENING! -- heart pounding -- springing up --
alone -- damn, his side hurts -- recoiling from that --
where is he? -- he's in the car -- looking around and --
HIS WINDSHIELD POV
AN AUTOBAHN REST-STOP. Gas station. Sleeping trucks.
BOURNE catching his breath -- shifting away from the pain
in his rib -- checking his watch -- but what the hell is
that on his sleeve? -- fuck, it's BLOOD -- JARDA's blood --
EXT. AUTOBAHN REST-STOP -- NIGHT
BOURNE out of the car fast -- careless -- wrong -- not even
checking who's watching -- pulling off the shirt -- tearing
it off -- throwing it down and --
Standing there. In the weird light. A big bruise ripening
on his side. Looking around.
It's okay. Nobody's watching. But, shit, man...
Get it together.
INT. PEUGEOT -- AUTOBAHN -- NIGHT
Streaking along. BOURNE back to his mission.
I’m not sure if I could choose between writing scenes like this or editing scenes like this!