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 he’s 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. It’s 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, she’s willing to help. She has no idea what’s she’s letting herself in for.