When it comes to screenplays, You want to follow what I call the three pages rule, which is the rule of getting to the meat of the conflict by the second or third page. You don't want to keep Your Audience waiting forever for You to "get to the point.". Like, the idea of two friends are arguing only for one of Them to decide that Their not the other's friend anymore. That leading the protagonist Who just lost His Friend to pursue gaming (for example) to quote "win without Him". This backfiring on the protagonist later. Now, at the beginning or middle of the second page You should have the have the protagonist lose His Friend, and by the middle or end of the third page You should be into the protagonist pursuing His Video Game Dream. But set up this up on the first/introduction page that He or she wanted to pursue video games, but with His Friend. This being part of what backfires on Him Later.