The film covers some of the more recent cases, such as Mile Almy, who reports being escorted off base after his email was intercepted after his leaving a previous assignment, for no reason. The interview scene with him shows a chess set a game started. (Steffan had mentioned playing a lot of chess in his summer submarine tour.) Lt. Dan Choi (West Point graduate), important in the last year with his unusual protests, also appears.
My GLBT blog has a prospective introduction to the film on Feb. 4, 2011. The film did not cover the role of Log Cabin Republicans and the suit as much as it could have (and it stayed away from partisanship -- but see my comments on the "Boy Culture" short film on DADT repeal, previous post). This HBO film could not be included in Reel Affirmations DC film festival because it had already been released "commercially, but as I noted in the previous post, everyone at RA and at "One in Ten" realizes this is a very important film on LGBT issues.
Note: all still pictures are mine, even though they resemble what is in the film. I was present at the events shown. I could say that I could have made much of this movie, and presented pretty much the same point of view.