At the height of World War II, a small group of retreating Allied soldiers is captured in Singapore. Upon arriving at the camp the POWs are forced by the Japanese to build a railroad. Escape is their first priority, but when their commanding officer is ruthlessly killed by the Japanese Head Guard, the men are left to fend for themselves. The Colonel’s second in command, rises to the challenge and starts planning a suicidal takeover of the camp by the prisoners. The rival values lead to split loyalties within the camp, and reveal that amidst so much physical suffering, the most treacherous war is the one fought within. To End All Wars is an epic of courage and forgiveness. It’s about the triumph of the human spirit over inhumanity, and the journey from the prison of self-survival to the freedom of self-sacrifice.