There is a specific kind of scene that I want to write, where the protagonist has just killed his brother and he starts to cry. But I don't want to explicitly state that he's crying, either by stating it, or alluding to it, like saying: Hot tears roll down his cheeks What I specifically want are the 'sounds' of crying, but truly agonized crying.
The only thing I have at the moment is the following:
Brook turns around, stepping away from his brother's body. He's breathing heavily.
He takes another step away, and turns around.
He falls to his knees.
That's literally it. I'm not sure how to write what I want in a way that the readers will understand what's happening. I don't want to explicitly state what's happening because the whole thing with this character is that he doesn't understand what he's feeling, but his body reacts to it. If anyone has ever watched the English dub of One Piece, the scene where Luffy is
crying at Ace's death
That is the kind of crying that I want to describe.
I hope I have adequately described my dilemma.
*Edit: I am writing a novel, not a screenplay