An Award Winning Documentary
that captures the Triumph of Human Spirit
Director Louis Asbury has created a personal and searing testament to the men and women who fought in WWII. With interviews of veterans and actual images and film from the war, the feelings, insights and memories achieve a personal edge rarely seen on this subject. This documentary creates a new experience for the viewer, as seen through the veterans’ own eyes.
High Price Victory includes stories of the D-Day landing at Normandy, the Battle of the Bulge, campaigns across France, Italy and Germany, the landing and battles for Iwo Jima and Okinawa, B-29 bombing missions over Japan, and finally, the dropping of the atomic bombs.
New York Times Best Selling author and historian, Dr. William Forstchen, provides a unique historical perspective with commentary throughout the film. The war becomes real through the power of story-telling which leads the audience to an awareness of the human bond which connects us all.
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“Your documentary, 'The High Price of Victory', got a standing ovation! I actually shed tears with the veterans, and tears
of joy for your triumphant accomplishment'.
Bonnie Cooper, Danville, Virginia
“I have had a life- long interest in WWII and have watched every documentary on this earth. It was a pleasure
watching your brilliant WWII documentary and hearing the conversations with the Veterans who served and survived.
I consider this a very rare insight into the massive effort it took in manpower and material to win this war”.
Peter Menke, Greenville, Ohio
“In this film, soldiers turned senior citizens share their first-person accounts of the wounds suffered, the courage
witnessed and the pride that emerged from their roles in World War II. The vignettes are gripping, at times tearful, and
inspiring. Their unscripted memoirs remind us that the real heroes fulfilled their duties as young, untested men and
women who, when called, bravely went. It made me more in awe than ever of the Greatest Generation and their
contributions to our country’s heritage”.
Mark Durham, Asheville, NC
© High Price Victory 2012
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The Telly Awards has the named L.A. ImageWorks as a bronze winner in the 33rd annual
Telly Awards for their piece. "the High Price of Victory." There were nearly 11,000 entries
from all 50 states and multiple countries.
"The Telley Awards has a mission to honor the very best in film and video," said Linda Day,
executive director of the Telley Awards. "Louis Asbury and L.A. ImageWorks
accomplishment illustrates their creativity, skill, and dedication to their craft and serves
and a testament to create film and video production."