He is just called Tripitaka in many English versions of the story. In return, the disciples will receive enlightenment and forgiveness for their sins once the journey is done. Along the way, they help the local inhabitants by defeating various monsters and demons who try to obtain immortality by eating Tang Sanzang's flesh.
The synopsis below may give away important plot points. A young Katherine Coleman Lidya Jewett is waiting, naming the geometric shapes in a stained glass window, while her parents talk to a school official.
The official wants to sent Katherine to a school for gifted students -- she's an advanced student and a genius at math. The only such school for "colored" students starts at the sixth grade and Katherine is only eight, so she will have to skip several grades. That worries her parents, but they agree it will be best for her, even though the family will have to move.
Katherine's teacher gives her parents some money to help with the move, from a collection all the teachers contributed to. At the new school, a teacher asks Katherine to tackle an algebra problem on the blackboard; the camera zooms in on the teacher's hand as he passes Katherine the chalk.
Katherine solves the problem without hesitation, then turns around and explains it to her teenaged classmates.
A racist police officer stops and asks for identification. When they explain that they work at NASA, he changes his tune; he's surprised they hire black women, but he's impressed. He asks if they've met the astronauts; Mary answers that they have but it's clear from the others' expressions that they're kept separate from them.
Dorothy manages to get the car up and running and the police officer provides them an escort -- lights and sirens blazing -- to the NASA Langley Research Center, which they find ironic since it's not usually a group of black people speeding to follow a police car.
The Space Task Group watches a newsreel about Russia's launch of Sputnik 1, the first artificial satellite. In the ensuing discussion, leaders worry that the Soviets' access to space could allow them to spy on America.
The man in charge demands that Al Harrison Kevin Costner get them up there because they can't justify the cost of a space program that doesn't put anyone in space. A man in the crowd, Paul Stafford Jim Parsonsmakes a snooty comment and is asked what his position is.
He explains he is the head engineer. The three women work at the West Area Computing division, segregated from the rest of Langley Research Center, along with many other black women who work as computers -- meaning they do math by hand.
Dorothy gives out new assignments to the group. Mary wants to work as an engineer but she is told she is going to be assisting the male engineers. She tells her the Space Task Group needs a new computer who can do analytic geometry.
Dorothy assigns Katherine because she knows analytic geometry and she's the all-around best at numbers. Vivian whom the black women all address as Mrs. Mitchell, though she calls them by their first names escorts Katherine to the Flight Research Division elsewhere on the campus, telling her that the dress code for women is skirts below the knee and no jewelry except maybe pearls.
She tells Katherine the department she's joining is demanding and has dismissed several computers lately; she doesn't expect Katherine to last long.
She warns her not to speak to the department head, Mr. Harrison, unless he speaks to her first. Vivian notes that they've never had a colored person in that department and admonishes Katherine not to embarrass her.
Katherine enters the large area where white men are working, some at desks and some at equations on blackboards so tall they need ladders.
Harrison's glass-walled office overlooks the work area. Katherine is mistaken for a janitor and the men act rudely towards her. In the engineering department, Mary carries her papers through a sealed chamber where a space capsule is about to undergo wind tunnel testing; she stops to admire it.
As the test countdown nears zero, the heel of her shoe gets caught in a grate on the floor and she can't pry it loose. The male engineers in the observation room shout that her life is not worth a shoe so she abandons it and joins the engineers behind the glass.
The space capsule fails the wind test -- many of its louvered exterior heat shielding panels fly off. Mary and the engineers examine it and the head engineer, Karl Zielinski Olek Krupamuses that they could use a corrugated heat shield. Mary suggests that they try different fasteners for the existing panels instead.
Zielinski says she ought to be an engineer, and she says that she's a negro woman, and she's "not gonna entertain the impossible. She responds that she wouldn't have to; she'd already be one. Mary explains that the only schools that have the programs needed to become an engineer are off limits to colored people.
Dorothy asks Vivian if she can be promoted to supervisor since she's doing the work of a supervisor already. But Vivian refuses -- claiming it's not her call -- which Dorothy has to remain diplomatic about because otherwise she might lose her job.
Meanwhile, Katherine is given a lot of work to check by Paul Stafford, who is short with her, telling her his numbers are perfect and he needs them checked by the end of the day. He has also blacked out a lot of information as if Katherine couldn't be trusted with it, saying she doesn't have a high enough security clearance.
She has to hold it up to the light to read it because she can't solve the problems otherwise.I was asked to write a synopsis for a film producer for the script that I am STILL working on, you can imagine the hassle I’m in, I basically stopped writing the script, and did not write the synopsis either:S This should really help considering the story is there with all the details.
The plot of "West Side Story" follows the romance between Maria and Tony, two teenagers affiliated with rival gangs in New York City. The movie is based on Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" and follows many of the same story beats.
You know, I wrote a synopsis for my unpublished novel, and I hated every paragraph of it 🙂 It’ll do, I just hated writing it. Writing a synopsis is like telling your friend about the movie you saw last night, in exhaustive detail.
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Really well-written and easy to understand. How To Write A 1-Page Synopsis. Synopsis BASED ON A TRUE STORY The film opens in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia in A young Katherine Coleman (Lidya Jewett) is waiting, naming the geometric shapes in a stained glass window, while her parents talk to a school official.