Shoshanna is a loner, a brilliant and skilled special operator; however, her troubled past is beginning to catch up with her.
There’s an element of uncertainty which defines her methods as Shoshanna starts hunting Special Forces operators. The hunters have become the hunted. She’s engaging in a war between herself and those who have either disgraced or exploited the ‘Service’, but deep down, there is also something unexplained – something more to the equation. Repulsed as much by ex-soldiers profiting unfairly from their experiences as she is by former indiscretions and acts of betrayal, her targets are operators she once worked with on international assignments.
Shoshanna plans a sequence of missions to surveil and kill her targets, one by one, with a signature brutality that is hard to ignore. Her victims, all from the international Special Forces community, have each in some manner let her down during an operation over the years. The helicopter that didn’t pick up her crew – kill the intelligence officer. A Russian Spetsnaz soldier who burned a room full of children – marked for death. Next, a female Danish officer who betrayed her team – a target to be neutralised. Shoshanna is working her way through the list and it is attracting more and more attention.
Rogue Warrior is a clever and explosive thriller.
“Rogue Warrior is both authentic in its writing and realistic in highlighting the sometimes-vulnerable nature of even the world’s best soldiers. It would make a must-see film.”
Paul Biddiss (Former Para Reg), UK’s leading Military Technical Advisor for Film and TV