Coming Out Under Fire (1994)
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A reminder of a time when psychiatrists viewed homosexuals as mentally ill and the military viewed them as dangerous to morale, not to mention morality.
Coming Out Under Fire is a fascinating and poignant look at how the ban affected seven lives.
Arthur Dong's informative, consciousness-raising Coming Out Under Fire documents the experiences of nine gay and lesbian World War II veterans.
[Many] personal testimonies are skillfully woven into an absorbing portrait of 1940's military life that brings in Army training films, newsreels and period documents.
Dong's significant docu contributes to the debate of gays and lesbians in the military by viewing the issue from vantage personal and historical perspectives, focusing on some undaunted homosexual soldiers who had served in WWII.
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