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Soldier's Girl -- The true story of a young soldier beaten to death for falling in love with a transgendered nightclub performer.

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Director:
Writer (WGA):
Ron Nyswaner (written by)
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Release Date:
31 May 2003 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
True story of an unexpected love...and an unforgivable crime. See more »
Plot:
The true story of the price a young soldier paid for falling in love with a transsexual night-club performer. | Add synopsis »
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Awards:
Nominated for 3 Golden Globes. Another 3 wins & 10 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Excellent, powerful film See more (76 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Troy Garity ... Barry Winchell

Lee Pace ... Calpernia Addams / Scottie

Andre Braugher ... Sergeant Carlos Diaz

Shawn Hatosy ... Justin Fisher
Philip Eddolls ... Calvin Glover

Merwin Mondesir ... Henry Millens

Dan Petronijevic ... Collin Baker (as Daniel Petronijevic)

Mike Realba ... Edgar Martinez

Jeanie Calleja ... Ashley Martinez

Barclay Hope ... Sergeant Howard Paxton
Tulsi Balram ... Ginger

Vince Corazza ... Lester

Kathryn Zenna ... Female Guard

Kent Staines ... Mistress of Ceremonies
Sofonda ... Midnight Express
Jeffrey Murray Johnston ... Typhoon
Kendall Knights ... Waiter
Nina Arsenault ... Trendy woman
Brian Bowman ... NCO Staff Duty (as Brian A. Bowman)
J.C. Kenny ... TV News Anchor
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Paul Mota ... Bar Patron (uncredited)
Demitri Warner ... Bar Patron (uncredited)
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Directed by
Frank Pierson 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Ron Nyswaner (written by)

Produced by
Doro Bachrach .... producer
Lena Cordina .... line producer
Linda Gottlieb .... producer
Ron Nyswaner .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
Jan A.P. Kaczmarek 
 
Cinematography by
Paul Sarossy (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Katina Zinner 
 
Casting by
Douglas Aibel 
 
Production Design by
Lindsey Hermer-Bell 
 
Art Direction by
Peter Emmink 
 
Set Decoration by
David Edgar 
 
Costume Design by
Patrick Antosh 
 
Makeup Department
Alan D'Angerio .... hair designer (as Alan Dangerio)
Alan D'Angerio .... makeup designer (as Alan Dangerio)
Etheline Joseph .... hair stylist
Stephen Lynch .... key makeup artist
Matthew Monzon .... hair designer
Matthew Monzon .... makeup designer
Marilyn O'Quinn .... assistant makeup artist
David Scott .... prosthetic sculptor
Josie Stewart .... assistant hair stylist
Victoria Wood .... wig maker
Russell Cate .... prosthetic makeup artist (uncredited)
Raymond Mackintosh .... prosthetic makeup artist (uncredited)
 
Production Management
David Bailey .... post-production supervisor
Joan Boorstein .... executive in charge of production
Avi Federgreen .... production manager
Jay Saywell .... video post-production supervisor
Chad Tomasoski .... post-production supervisor
Steve Wakefield .... executive in charge of production
John Weber .... executive in charge of production
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Joel Hay .... third assistant director
Catherine Lew .... second assistant director
Neesha Patki .... third assistant director
Patrick Tidy .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
John Archbell .... property master
Garth Brunt .... set buyer
Jeff Helgason .... key scenic painter
Peter Hudecki .... storyboard artist
Ken Innes .... set dresser (as Ken Innis)
Stephen J. MacDougall .... set dresser
Brent McGillivray .... first assistant art director
Sean Scoffield .... third assistant art director
Michael Smith .... set dresser
Peeter Tammemagi .... assistant property master
Scott Thom .... head carpenter
Tom Thompson .... on-set dresser
Marcello Torres Barreras .... head painter
Dave Watt .... construction manager
Mitsu Yano .... assistant head carpenter
Ron Zarosiak .... lead set dresser (as Ronn Sarosiak)
 
Sound Department
Ulrika Akander .... dialogue editor (as Ulrika Akander-Bristow)
Paul Berolzheimer .... sound effects editor
Tom Bognar .... assistant sound editor
Barbara J. Boguski .... dialogue editor (as Barbara Boguski)
Ryan Darden .... assistant sound editor
Russell DeWolf .... dialogue editor
John Edwards-Younger .... sound effects editor (as John S. Edwards-Younger)
William Freesh .... sound re-recording mixer
Nathan Hankins .... assistant sound editor
Howard London .... adr recordist
Anthony Mazzei .... supervising sound editor
Bill McMillan .... sound recordist
Gus Medina .... foley recordist (as Gus Madina)
Ian Morgan .... supervising sound editor
Todd Murakami .... sound effects editor
Bryan Pennington .... stereo sound consultant: Dolby (as Brian Pennington)
R. Russell Smith .... sound re-recording mixer
Matthew Stark .... boom operator
Alek Bromke .... adr recordist: Toronto (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Brock Jolliffe .... special effects supervisor
 
Stunts
Taryn Ash .... stunts
Ermes Blarasin .... stunts
Brad Bunn .... stunts
Curtis Hibbert .... stunts
Angelica Lisk-Hann .... stunts (as Angelica Lisk)
Regan Moore .... stunts
Billy Oliver .... stunts
Edward A. Queffelec .... stunts (as Ed Queffelec)
Bryan Renfro .... stunt coordinator
Mary Ann Stevens .... stunts
Len Wagner .... stunts
Ron Webber .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Cynthia Barlow .... key grip
Jonathan Brown .... electric
Randy Brown .... generator operator
Deanna Cadette .... second assistant camera
Zachary Case .... camera trainee
Bob Davidson .... gaffer
Christian Drennan .... best boy grip
Tyler Faulkner .... grip
Cy Fawcett .... grip
Lee Guenette .... rigging gaffer
Patrick Hales .... dolly grip
Reni Hoz .... first assistant camera
Don LeClaire .... grip
Mike Macauley .... best boy (as Mike Macaulay)
Kelly Richardson .... electrician
Omid Vahid .... electric
Mark Willis .... camera operator
Ken Woroner .... still photographer
Ramesh Yogendran .... electric
 
Casting Department
Jon Comerford .... casting: Canada
Donna Dupere .... extras casting
Brad Gerstl .... extras casting representative
Larissa Giroux .... casting associate
Cindy Tolan .... casting associate
Millie Tom .... casting associate
Aric Dupere .... extras casting assistant (uncredited)
Aaron Unrau .... extras casting assistant (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
David C. Robinson .... costumes: Lee Pace (as David Robinson)
Kimberly Memory Stanley .... assistant costume designer (as Kimberley Memory Stanley)
 
Editorial Department
Darren Achim .... dailies telecine assistant
Patrick S. Clark .... post-production assistant (as Patrick Clark)
Lee Garrison .... post-production assistant
Peter King .... post-production coordinator (as Peter J. King)
Tim King .... executive in charge of post-production
Sam Komaromi .... video post-production coordinator
Renay McGowan .... post-production coordinator
Anthony Miller .... additional editor
Jarrod Miller .... post-production assistant
Janice Papadaki .... negative cutter
Stephen R. Sheridan .... color timer (as Steve Sheridan)
Trevor White .... telecine colorist: dailies
 
Music Department
Ernie Mannix .... music editor
Marek Szpakiewicz .... orchestrator
Robin Urdang .... music supervisor
Chris McGeary .... music editor (uncredited)
Brandon Walker .... on-set music editor (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Rick Anglin .... driver
Jim Ballantine .... driver
Don Chan .... transportation coordinator
Darrell Gibson .... head driver
Tom Latto .... driver
Samarroo Llalchan .... driver: honeywagon
Robert MacLean .... driver (as Bob MacLean)
Jerome McCann .... transportation supervisor
Glen McGugan .... transportation captain
Tom Pinteric .... driver
Andres Vosu .... driver
Glen Weller .... driver
 
Other crew
Tessa Abdull .... production coordinator
James Azzopardi .... stand-in
Darlene Bargetto .... third assistant accountant
John 'Frenchie' Berger .... armorer
Brian Bowman .... military consultant (as Brian A. Bowman)
Jeff Brush .... on-set craft service
Ruth Brush .... on-set craft service
John Charles .... software engineer: TriCoast Studios
Melanie Claveau .... office assistant: DGP
Robbie David .... production assistant
Sheri Davis .... animal wrangler (as Sherri Davis)
Donna Demers .... production accountant
Prudence Emery .... unit publicist
Clarence Ford .... choreographer
Terri Frank .... truck supervisor
Donna Gardon .... script supervisor
Linda Gillespie .... post-production accountant
Dede Gilsher .... receptionist: DGP (as Dede Gilser)
Stacey Knocker .... client services
David Korchok .... assistant location manager
Stephanie Lees .... extras coordinator
Jordana Lieberman .... production assistant
Trevor McTavish-Smith .... assistant to producers
Paul Saban .... building manager: DGP
Kevin Saffer .... assistant production coordinator
Lianne Seal .... first assistant accountant
Ann Steel .... set supervisor
Sheelagh Stewart .... office coordinator: DGP
Thomas Vencelides .... location manager (as Tom Vencelides)
Duff Warren .... location production assistant
John Weber .... production executive
Joshua Wilder .... assistant: Mr. Pierson
Kate Wilson .... voice coach: Lee Pace
 
Thanks
Mark Friesland .... special thanks
Barry Winchell .... dedicatee: in memoriam 1977-1999
 

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MPAA:
Rated R for sexual content, a scene of strong violence and language
Runtime:
112 min
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Certification:
Sweden:15 (TV rating) | USA:R
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
The actual Barry Winchell was six and one half years younger than Calpernia Addams, but in the film the age difference is almost exactly reversed, Lee Pace, the actor who portrays Calpernia, is six years younger than Troy Garity, the actor who portrays Winchell.See more »
Goofs:
Crew or equipment visible: During the first scene in the nightclub, when Calpernia leans backwards over the table, the prosthetic breast appliance worn by Lee Pace visibly puckers and separates twice.See more »
Quotes:
[first lines]
Mistress of Ceremonies:Ladies and gentlemen, and all of the rest of you... Welcome to the Miss Tennessee Entertainer of the Year Pageant.
[applause]
Mistress of Ceremonies:If you take a girl home tonight, and you find that her clitoris is just a touch too prominent and her ovaries are hanging really low, you might have ended up with one of our contestants.
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Movie Connections:
Referenced in Soldiers' Secrets (2004) (V)See more »
Soundtrack:
Shoop Shoop SongSee more »

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37 out of 44 people found the following review useful.
Excellent, powerful film, 9 February 2004
Author: rgad from Chicago, IL, USA

I loved the film and I'm still remembering various scenes from it. As a victim of a gay hate bashing many years ago when I was 22 which almost killed me, it affected me deeply.

The military code of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" is stupid. As was the segretation of blacks and whites in the military until around 1943. As was the forbidding of interracial marriages in this country in a number of states until 1967. As was the internment of Asian American citizens during World War II. As is the antipathy against civil marriage for same-sex couples now. Where is "love" in all this? Why is it not even being mentioned? Love for one's country and for each other. Barry and Calpernia loved each other. What's wrong with that? When two people love each other and decide to share their lives together, that's a commitment between two people. Not a commitment with the government or any religion. They can only acknowledge the commitment in the way each does. Love doesn't recognize restrictions; it's universal.

Bigotry kills. This movie demonstrates that. Also, back to reality, I've read the commander (or whatever they're called) of Fort Campbell who never said a word about the anti-gay attitude of Fort Campbell at this time was recently promoted. Now what does that say about our government and the military?

I gave the movie a 10. I only wish I could give more people the same score.

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