The story of dentist Walter Palmer, who shot Cecil the lion dead in Zimbabwe, caused outrage around the world. But, as this one-off documentary shows, hunting big game is no longer the sole province of men – and the number of female trophy-hunters is on the rise. This film follows two of these women, Croatian-Canadian Jacine Jadresko and American Rebecca Francis. While they are admired by some fellow hunters, they attract hostility – including frequent death threats – from the public, and Rebecca has been condemned by famous animal-rights campaigners such as Ricky Gervais. What drives them to keep going?