Can the commander of a futuristic tank get his crew safely out of a warzone, after their memories are wiped and they can’t trust the evidence of damaged sensors?
Theatre of War is a feature length sci-fi, full of Phillip K. Dick style twists and rug pulls. Commander Boothe wakes up in the crew compartment of his tank, finding it stalled, alarms blaring and smoke billowing from consoles. Boothe is disorientated, lacking any memory of the previous forty-eight hours. His crew awaken in a similar condition. A radiation warning prevents them abandoning the vehicle, so they repair the vehicle, and get underway, with no comms and only rudimentary sensors. Can they make it back to HQ with an unknown threat outside the cabin and growing tensions within?