Directed by Birdy Wei-Ting Hung
Set against the backdrop of the pivotal repeal of the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy, the film chronicles the evocative journey of Lt. Col. Linda Campbell, an Air Force veteran who grappled with hiding her true self during her service tenure. While the national policy shift towards LGBTQ+ rights marks a progressive era, Linda's personal story serves as a powerful testament to the individual battles fought in the shadows of such policies. Subjected to suspicion, prejudice, and threats from her comrades due to her perceived homosexuality, Linda's resilience and unyielding spirit remain undeterred. Her unwavering love and commitment to her partner, Nancy Lynchild, culminate in a poignant milestone: their eternal rest together in Willamette National Cemetery, symbolizing the culmination of a personal and societal journey towards acceptance. Intertwined with this narrative is the heartfelt account of Linda's brother, Bob Campbell, who delves into their family's conservative roots, Linda's tumultuous coming out, and the eventual familial reconciliation that showcases the transformative power of love and understanding. The film is a touching exploration of the intersections between national policy changes, personal identities, and the unbreakable bonds of family and love.