During World War 2, Japanese soldiers set their camps in various places in the Philippines – mostly churches, schools, and farmhouses. During this time, Japanese soldiers raid houses in the Philippines. They get the girls and kill the men. Most of the girls end up in their garrisons and camps where they were treated as sex slaves. They usually keep them for months. These girls were the so-called comfort women. There were more than a thousand of these women. One story is about the mass rape and murder in the town of Mapanique in Pampanga. Thousands of men were shot and killed while women were brought to the Bahay na Pula and raped. The Bahay na Pula is being demolished. From the 1000+ comfort women, only a few remain alive, or fighting to be alive. This documentary will serve as a memory, a reminder of the past that’s soon to be forgotten. It is a collective memoir of the women, of the house, and history.