Col. Margarethe Cammermeyer has served in the army for over twenty years. She's just fallen in love with an artist she's met, she's going for a PhD, and has a job at the VA hospital, as well as in the reserves. She decides to upgrade her security rating, with an eye toward promotion, and during the interview, she tells the investigator that she is a lesbian. The army begins proceedings to discharge her. And with the support of her family, her lover, (and LAMBDA), she decides to fight for her right to serve. Written by
There is no greater right than the freedom to love.
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Did You Know?
Col. Cammermeyer's son Andy, played by Ryan Reynolds
in the movie, was killed in a snowmobiling accident in Washington State on March 02, 2007. See more
When Greta is on the way to pick her boys up, the rear view mirror is visible on the windscreen. During the car ride, it has disappeared, then when they pull up to the house, it is back on the windscreen. See more
Do you know what the most important thing is to an infantryman?
Col. Margarethe Cammermeyer
His Buddy. You can be my buddy and share my foxhole any time, Colonel.
Referenced in Queer as Folk: Episode #4.13