Sniper: The White Raven exclusive clip takes down five enemy soldiers with one shot

Well Go USA Entertainment recently brought the Ukrainian war drama Sniper: The White Raven to theatres and VOD in North America, and today we’re proud to share an EXCLUSIVE clip that shows a very cool moment from the film. In this clip, which you can watch in the embed above, we see a sniper taking down five enemy soldiers with just one shot. Check it out!

Directed by Marian Bushan, who also wrote the screenplay with Mykola Voronin, Sniper: The White Raven (which, no, doesn’t have anything to do with the Sniper franchise starring Tom Berenger and Chad Michael Collins) has the following synopsis:

After suffering a senseless tragedy at the hand of invading soldiers in Donbas, a former Ukrainian physics teacher renounces his peaceful way of life and seeks revenge. Upon joining the military and earning a coveted spot as a sniper, he sets his sights on an elite Russian sniper whose elimination could change the tide of the conflict.

The script Bushan and Voronin crafted together was based on a true story. The film stars Pavlo Adloshyn, Maryna Koshkina, Andriy Mostrenko, Roman Semysal, Oleg Drach, Roman Yasinovskyi, and Oleg Shulga.

Sniper: The White Raven is available to rent or purchase on Amazon Prime at THIS LINK. As of this writing, the film has an 82% positive rating on Rotten Tomatoes, based on eleven reviews. Bushan previously directed a TV documentary called Lucescu Phenomenon, about football coach Mircea Lucescu.

What’s embedded at the top of this article is all I have seen of Sniper: The White Raven, but that’s enough to get me interested in seeing the full film. Does Sniper: The White Raven look like a movie you would like to watch? What do you think of the clip? Share your thoughts on this one by leaving a comment below.

Sniper: The White Raven

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