A young woman, Grace Kieler, takes on the identity of her brother, Henry, in order to search for him in the Confederate ranks during the Civil War. Along the way she meets a widow, Virginia Klaising, escaping the Union soldiers who have burned her farm and killed her child. Together they heal each others wounds. Over four hundred women fought disguised as men in the ranks of the American Civil War. Whitney Hamilton teams up with Dana Bennison to tell this intimate Civil War tale based on true accounts and diaries of women and soldiers during the era.
Written and Directed by Whitney Hamilton and Produced by Patrick Sullivan and Thom Milano. Premiered at Methodfest 2005, Temecula Film Fest, Bluegrass Film Fest, New Hope Film Fest and Southern Appalachian Independent Film Fest. Runtime 90 min.
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