On September 2, 1945, the Japanese surrender ceremony marked a significant moment in World War II. Japan capitulated to the United States, the Soviet Union, Britain, and China, and it is crucial that we remember this historical event. One dark chapter of Japan's war of aggression was the 'comfort women' system, which recently resurfaced when new victims were identified in the remote areas of Hunan. These women's personal experiences shed light on the tragic reality faced by 'comfort women' more than half a century ago. The devastation caused by the country's sinking and the national crisis inflicted severe hardships on countless Chinese women, including this special group. However, their resilience and determination to awaken gradually have bound them firmly to the fate of their motherland. Through a 15-year journey of interviews and investigations, this film portrays the indomitable strength of women during the War of Resistance, offering the audience a glimpse into their remarkable stories.