By now I'm sure you've heard about or read Ross Putman's Twitter account that shows some actual female character descriptions that he reads. It seems like some people kinda focus on just the physical look of female characters, and sometimes that focus tends to be more of a hyper-sexualization of such characters. Here's a link to that account for the samples he provides. https://twitter.com/femscriptintros?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw Slate writer Christine Cauterucci responded with a clever story: what if male characters were introduced in scripts like female characters? http://www.slate.com/blogs/xx_factor/2016/02/10/if_male_characters_were_... It's an amatuerish fail for novice writers to just flatly state "what we see" in a major character's introduction description. Don't forget to include some revealing insights that show who the character is and what is unique about them on the inside, too. This is one of your few chances in a script to creatively and succinctly state the multi-facets of your characters. Most of the great character descriptions show, in a couple short lines, just that: what this major character is about or may represent. In one of his many articles on the subject, John August states that if the introduction is not done effectively, chances are that the rest of the story sucks, too. I'd imagine the rest of the pros in the industry feel that way, too. Good luck, everybody.