Palawan: Last Man Out
At the height of World War II, in Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines, the Japanese Imperial Forces brutally burned alive 150 American Prisoners of War. Eleven of them narrowly escaped death and lived to tell their horrible ordeal. The ultimate sacrifice of those who perished and the courage of those who survived changed the deliberation strategies of the Allied Forces that saved thousands of POWs all over the Philippines and Asia at the end of the war.
Palawan: Last Man Out is inspired by real life stories of hope and honor of the 150 American Prisoners of War and the heroism of the Palawan Fighting 1000, the Filipino Guerrillas who helped the Americans to safety and liberty.