Corregidor is the largest island at the entrance to the Gulf of Manila in the Philippines and is one of the most important historical and tourist attractions in the country.
The film begins with footage from the port of the island, tied boats and panorama of the city filmed on a speedboat.
We also see the entrance to the Malinta Tunnel, built by the United States Army Corps of Engineers during World War II, where it served as a storage space and a hospital.
Next, we see the bombed barracks, which extend a long way.
In the area of the island there are a lot of cannons, because as it was right in front of Manila, it was used as a base of defense in WWII.
At the end we see a monument of fallen soldiers and shots from the setting sun.