Directed by DMW Greer from a screenplay by Greer and Helene Kvale, the Lionsgate film stars Trent Ford (Dan), Morgan Spector (Will), Rob Mayes (Matt), William Lee Scott (Charlie), Cotter Smith (Admiral Lynch), Michael Cumpsty (Admiral Stephensen), Michael Sirow (Cokely), Mark Doherty (Squadron Skipper), Chris Chalk (Jones), Tracy Weiler (Nancy), Gwynneth Bensen (Tammi), Jordan Dean (Stewie), Johnny Hopkins (Petty Officer Gorden), Haviland Morris ( Grace Lynch), Karolina Muller (Olenka), Dylan Rafferty Brown (Atticus) and Tammy Blanchard (Susan).
"They have been trained to meet danger head-on, to execute vital strategic maneuvers while flying at breathtaking speeds," according to production notes. "But after a series of fatal accidents, a close-knit squadron of male Navy pilots begins to splinter—and becomes the focus of a criminal investigation. As a government agent digs to uncover the cause of the accidents, two of the pilots engage in a secret, forbidden relationship. Their affair is exposed…and the squadron is engulfed by an incendiary scandal that will challenge each pilot’s notions of friendship, love, honor and courage."
The 104-minute film is rated R for "language, some sexual content and graphic nudity."
Greer's take on the "Don't Ask/Don't Tell" military policy opened Oct. 16, 2002, at Off-Broadway's Samuel Beckett Theatre. It played a limited engagement through Dec. 15, 2002.