Bright Williams: Last Man Standing
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Director: Jim Greenhough
Until his death at 105 years of age, Bright Williams was New Zealand's last surviving World War One soldier.
Execam Director Jim Greenhough conducted an extensive interview with Bright as part of a history of the New Zealand Army.
Compelling, raw and gritty, Bright gives a unique insight into conditions our boys faced in the trenches of the First World War. This fascinating interview is mixed with rare movie footage of New Zealand and British soldiers and a wealth of archive still photographs.
Last Man Standing was screened by Prime TV on Armistice Day (Nov 11) 2003