Glenn Close & Judy Davis in Serving in Silence
Serving in Silence is a biographical drama directed by Jeff Bleckner. It tells the story of Colonel Margarethe Cammermeyer, a woman dismissed from the Washigton National Guard because of her homosexuality, her banishment was justified by the U.S. military’s gay exclusion policy. The work is an American television film written by Alison Cross. The screenplay is based on Margarethe Cammermeyer and Chris Fisher’s eponym book released in 1995. Diane and Col. Margarethe Cammermeyer are portrayed by Judy Davis and Glenn Close. This movie has been rewarded by numerous prices including three Emmy Awards and one GLAAD Media Awards. This clip traces their romance by compiling some of their best interactions.