When the Japanese invaded China in 1931, the traitor Zhang Wenlin defected to the enemy and betrayed his country. Zheng Yi and other righteous men fought for the traitor in blood, but ended in failure, taking Zhang Lihua, Zhang Wenlin’s daughter, with them. Fourteen years later, on the eve of the Japanese defeat. Zhang Wenlin is on tenterhooks and wants to move the looted relics and treasures to Switzerland. Zheng Yi, a guerrilla leader of the Resistance, and Zhang Lihua, a sniper, are ordered by their superiors to go down to the mountains to assassinate Zhang Wenlin and the Japanese commander to stop the flow of relics and treasures.