chester, it would, likely, be helpful to your screenplay's chances of gaining real consideration, if you were to exclude all obvious camera directions. that is unless you're going to direct the film yourself, of course. barring that, though, you should leave the directing up to whomever purchases your script.
for that reason, i bailed on you very early on. but, supposing from your logline, i expected to be regaled by a riveting, shamanistic tale, with mythical, mystical, magical, wonderful transformations of an unordinary and perplexing essence that would dazzle my mind, razzle my soul and thrill my mind's eye. maybe all of that is in there, but it'll be forever obnubilated by the camera instructions that leap off the page like red hot pokers out of a roaring inferno headed straight for one's vulnerable, soft, squishy eyeballs.