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“Don't Ask, Don't Tell” was only an added layer of complication

Of over 380 known gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender US Naval Academy Alumni, more than 200 have come “Out of Annapolis” as the LGBT alumni of the US Naval Academy. Many other LGBT alumni remain “in the closet” serving in silence while on active duty in the service of their country as officers in the US Navy and US Marine Corps.

This film explores the lives of many of these alumni, how the US Naval Academy shaped their character, their enduring strong bond to the Academy and share their experiences while at Annapolis and while serving in the naval service as an LGBT officer, both pre- and post- “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.”

What are they saying . . . .

  • “well-crafted and groundbreaking” - Mara Math CineSource Magazine
  • “hits all the right notes for a powerful documentary” - Kate Carroll Frameline
  • “A riveting look inside state-sanctioned discrimination” - Emmanuel Hapsis KQED
  • “the most compelling case to date for the end of ‘don't ask, don't tell’” - Kenneth Walsh Kenneth in the 212
  • “While never really mentioning or even discussing it, the film skewers the ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ policy while relating these brave men and women’s personal stories” - Scott Cranin Q-Fest Philly


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