The true story of Lyudmila Pavlichenko, a young soviet soldier known as ‘Lady Death’. Considered as the best female sniper in history, she fought to defend Odessa and Sebastopol against German troops. In 1942, Joseph Stalin sent her to the US on a mission to convince President Roosevelt and the Nation to join the war. With Eleanor Roosevelt she toured the country and spoke to americans. “Gentlemen, you have been hiding behind my back for too long”. Two months later, the Allies opened the Second Front.