Wayne “Johnny” Johnson was one of the first Americans captured during the Korean War. Through the three harrowing years as a POW, he kept a secret list of every American solider who died in his camp. Years later, his list would provide closure for families desperate to learn the fate of their loved ones. A documentary with some dramatic recreations. USA.
Three special films: one focuses on the courageous lives of elders who came of age during the Great Depression and World War II; the second, about a POW who found a way to provide closure for families about their loved ones. Followed by how the League of Women Voters created a new generation of high school students into Forever Voters.