‘Sheroes’ Ending, Explained: Who Was Jasper? Did Daisy Return?


Sheroes centers around four best friends who embarked on a trip to Thailand. While their plan was to party hard and have an epic vacation, it instead turned into an unforgettable adventure. Even though Diamond’s father was mostly absent all her life, his extensive wealth kept her entertained. She planned the Thailand trip, and the girls were invited to one of her father’s properties there. Her friends included the actor Ezra, a sports enthusiast named Ryder, and Daisy, who worked at an art gallery. With a private jet at their disposal, the girls were having the time of their lives. Even though their plane ran into a storm, they ultimately managed to reach Thailand. During the storm, Ezra assumed that they were all going to die and confessed that she slept with Diamond’s father. The confession continued to haunt Diamond throughout their trip.

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‘Sheroes’ Plot Summary: What Happens In The Film?

After a shaky start, the girls were ready to finally hop into the fun. They attended a local party, and Daisy desperately searched for some blow. The girls could not spot Daisy, and they conducted a thorough search for her. They found her negotiating for cocaine with two local dealers. They tried to leave with Daisy, and the men pointed their guns at the group. Luckily, their pilot, Jasper, came to their rescue. Jasper was unexpectedly good at handling the dealers, and he helped the girls escape.

As they returned to the villa, the girls noticed that their luggage had been safely returned. But Ryder was shocked to find out that her duffel bag consisted of packs of cocaine. Ryder suggested they inform Jasper about it, but Diamond was not too sure about the pilot. She believed he was hiding some secret and could not be trusted. Daisy wanted to try the cocaine they luckily got their hands on, and she convinced the group to enjoy the moment and think of a plan the next morning. It was supposed to be a fun trip, and with free cocaine in hand, the girls agreed to make it a memorable night. The next morning, when Diamond and Ryder entered Daisy’s room to wake her up, they realized that she was missing. Someone had entered the villa and kidnapped Daisy. They wrote a message on the wall, asking the girls to return the drug in exchange for their friend. With Daisy kidnapped and a bag full of cocaine at the villa, the girls had to come up with a concrete plan.

Why Did The Girls Kidnap The Head Of Thai Drug Cartel?

Diamond had closely watched all of her father’s films, and she had more or less learned how to deal with kidnappers and drug cartels. She knew that involving the police or anyone else could result in Daisy’s death, so they had to come up with a rescue plan all by themselves. Diamond’s father had built an untraceable room in the villa where he hid his weapons, and Diamond intended to use the room to its full advantage. When the mafia called, Diamond instructed Ezra to boldly state that they were unafraid of any challenges and were capable of murdering people if need be. They simply wanted their friend back, and they looked forward to a smooth drop and trade.

They were soon contacted by the drug mafia and informed about the location of the drop and trade. Diamond’s plan was to watch over Ryder when she reached the location. She believed that the mafia would try to fool them, and they had to be prepared to make an escape. She and Ezra waited with rifles in their hands to shoot the dealers if anything went wrong. Ryder received a call asking her to make the drop as soon as they handed Daisy to her. Diamond could sense that there was something wrong with the entire situation, so she took a chance and shot Daisy in the leg. Diamond was right; the woman underneath the face cover was not Daisy; it was a woman involved with the mafia.

Ryder made a run for her life and, in the process, left the duffel bag. Diamond later revealed that the bag consisted of clothes and not drugs. She was confident that the mafia would try to fool them, so she planned their every move accordingly. The mafia never intended on handing Daisy back, and Diamond concluded that they needed to get hold of something that was important to the mafia to gain leverage. She decided that they must kidnap the head of the Thai drug cartel, and from television news, she found out that he would be at a fight club the next day.

Diamond and Ryder entered the fight club and challenged the fighter. Ryder was ready to take him down, and Koon was impressed by the strength shown by the two foreign women. He cozied up to Diamond while Ryder destroyed the celebrated fighter. Koon invited Diamond to his office to get intimate, and soon he left the club with Diamond and Ryder. As it turns out, Ezra was waiting at Koon’s office, and she drugged him as soon as he entered the room with Diamond. Using the 3D printer at Diamond’s villa, they built a mask that looked just like Koon. Ezra pretended to be Koon while the real head of the Thai drug cartel was in their duffel bag. Koon was brought to the untraceable room, and the girls were now ready to have a talk with the kidnapper.

‘Sheroes’ Ending Explained: Who Was Jasper? Did Daisy Return?

Diamond started to doubt Jasper when he came to their rescue at the nightclub. She believed he was following them, and she wondered if he was involved with the drug mafia as well. She went on a date with him to find out who he was. The two got to know a lot about each other. Diamond discussed how she was neglected from a young age, with her mother leaving the family and her father choosing acting over everything else. Jasper’s childhood was not easy either. His father was a cop in New York while his mother lived in LA; they had split up, and Jasper had to figure his life out on his own. Jasper and Diamond were attracted to each other, and she chose to spend the night with him. The next morning, when she woke up, she found out that Jasper was hiding Ryder’s duffel bag that had gone missing. Even though they shared a good time, Diamond was now confident that Jasper was involved with the drug cartel.

Men from the Thai drug cartel surrounded Diamond’s villa. But the room in which Koon was kept was impossible for them to find. Jasper arrived at the villa and got rid of the men. He handed over Ryder’s bag to Diamond and stated that he had come to check up on them. Diamond doubted his intentions and pointed her gun at him. He explained that he was hiding a secret; he was not a pilot but a DEA agent. He pulled out the badge from his pocket and showed it to her. This was not the twist Diamond was expecting, but she was glad that he was not involved in getting them into trouble.

Jasper found out that for years Diamond’s father’s jet had been used to transport cocaine around the Golden Triangle. The pilot of the jet was involved with the cartel, and he was kept in custody by the DEA. Diamond asked him about her father’s involvement in the business, and she was relieved to find out that he was unaware of it. After the bags got mixed up, Jasper assumed that the cartel men would try to get the bag back, but he did not know that they would kidnap Daisy. After learning that Diamond had kidnapped the head of a Thai drug cartel, he offered her a day’s time to hand him over to the DEA. Over a video call, Diamond confirmed the exchange with the mafia boss. At the end of Sheroes, the girls reach the mafia factory and bomb their way into it. Ryder managed to free Daisy while Diamond dealt with the boss. On their way out, he shot Ezra, and triggered the girls to destroy the factory. The place was burned down, and the mafia boss and his men chased the girls. They caught up with the girl gang, but Diamond seemed unafraid of him. As it turns out, the DEA had surrounded him and his men. The girls left Thailand on their private jet, and they were proud of successfully and single-handedly dismantling the Thai drug cartel.

Sheroes ends with Daisy and Ryder expressing their love for one another. After taking a bullet, Diamond could no longer hold her grudge against Ezra. Diamond and Jasper seem to have grown fond of each other as well. Even though the trip was far from what they had planned, they realized that it helped them bond better than ever before. They also discovered their unique strengths and realized how powerful they were together. One thing is for sure: no one will ever dare mess with the Sheroes.

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Srijoni Rudra
Srijoni Rudra
Srijoni has worked as a film researcher on a government-sponsored project and is currently employed as a film studies teacher at a private institute. She holds a Master of Arts degree in Film Studies. Film History and feminist reading of cinema are her areas of interest.

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