In the span of 10 days, artist/activist Rose McGowan was arrested, met with former President Barack Obama, and became one of Time magazine's "People of the Year," all while navigating the minefield of those trying to silence her. This docu reflects a dramatically changing world. It follows McGowan as she readies her memoir/manifesto, "Brave," for release. This is McGowan's world: the art, the ROSEARMY social media platform, her special punk brand of activism and the music she makes to heal. By going up against the Hollywood machine, McGowan has shown true courage in the face of adversity and this documentary goes behind the scenes of her tumultuous and fascinating life. She processes, in almost real-time, the massive social change she has helped usher in as well as fights back against those who have hurt so many, including her.
Rose has an emotional reunion with her sister in Paris; Rose meets up with Asia Argento in Rome to join thousands of women in an International Women's Day march; Rose revisits the area where her father ran a chapter of the Children of God cult.
Rose cancels the remainder of her press tour and travels to an undisclosed location to begin therapy to address a lifetime's worth of trauma; in therapy, Rose learns that she might have to scale back her activism and start living for herself.
Years of built-up trauma start to surface as the media focuses more on the details of Rose's assault instead of the message in her memoir, "Brave"; Rose is pushed to her breaking point when a protestor disrupts a reading of her book.
Actress Rose McGowan sends shock waves through the world by being one of the first women to publicly speak out against producer Harvey Weinstein and becoming a symbol of an international moment against sexual assault and harassment.