6. Think Cinematically. Use nouns, verbs and adjectives that have strong visual elements. Painting word pictures helps the reader see not just your story, but your movie.
1610s, from Late Latin synopsis "a synopsis," from Greek synopsis "general view," from a stem of synoran "to see altogether, all at once," from syn- "together" (see syn- ) + horan "to see, view" (see warrant ).
synopsis 1611, from . synopsis "a synopsis," from Gk. synopsis "general view," from a stem of synoran "to see altogether, all at once," from syn- "together" + horan "to see, view." Synoptic (1763) is applied to the first three Gospels (1841) on notion of "giving an account of events from the same point of view."
Kudos to you for bravery of the first post and for writing synopsis of your story.
It is indeed an intersting one.
Great article! And thanks so much for including one of my articles on writing a short synopsis in your tips. I really appreciate it
Some of the film's production woes have become Hollywood lore. The film's animal trainer went looking for a blue-eyed camel in the Marrakech market, and found one he considered perfect. But he chose not to buy it right away, expecting he could find others and use that knowledge to bargain with the first trader for a better price. He did not realize that blue-eyed camels were rare, and could not find another camel good enough. He returned to the first trader, who had since eaten the camel. 
Or maybe you’ve purchased the exclusive “life rights” of someone who is either a high-profile celebrity, or has a truly amazing story of survival or outrageousness to tell, and they’ve consented to let you write a screenplay based on their life experiences.