An intrepid journalist of lofty pursuits, Marie Colvin is a war correspondent of reputable stature. Colvin, unafraid to submerge into hot waters, nobly places herself in the crosshairs for the sake of her art. While working in Sri Lanka, Colvin is hit by a grenade. Though her physical appearance takes a hit, Colvin's ambition remains untouched. Her fearless disposition is evident in every endeavor she embraces, proving to both herself and others her unbridled devotion. In the efforts of illustrating the rigors of war, Colvin and Conroy, her photographer, travel to Homs, an assignment that no doubt changes the course of her career.