In 1916, a young cameraman, Ambrose March, was killed on the Western Front. His astonishing and beautiful shots of soldiers, living and dying, remain testament to his talent. Now a major Hollywood movie aims to recreate his final days, but the cast and crew are running into trouble. Rory Fermoy, leading man and Hollywood bad-boy is giving the performance of his life. Off set hes the archetypal Hollywood hell-raiser with a lifestyle that very much mirrors the destructive and restless character he is portraying. And Rory has developed a keen interest in Carey Sloan, the new girlfriend of the producer, Russian billionaire Anton Klubcic. Its well-known that Anton has his girlfriends followed by private detectives, and anyone who crosses him lives to regret it. The thought is enough to send director Hayden Bonnard into melt-down. With the help of make-up artist, Ella Buchan, Hayden is determined to save the film at all costs and though Ella is tired of egocentric stars like Rory, shes willing to help. She has no idea whats shes letting herself in for.