We’re getting our first glimpses of Sarah Palin’s propaganda movie. In what is likely an attempt to divert attention away from today’s massive email dump, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin tweeted a link about her upcoming “film” titled "The Undefeated."
Steve Bannon, director of pro-Palin lovefest, described it as coming "from a strong point of view, like Michael Moore".
According to First Read, who was one of the chosen few to screen the whole movie, “it portrays her reforms in Alaska as heroic, it paints her as a victim of Hollywood liberals and the media (though not as many shots at the media as we expected), and it elevates her as the leader of the Tea Party movement.”
Palin was not interviewed for the film, but excerpts from the audio version of her book Going Rogue were used in addition to conversations with media and political elite such as the now infamous Andrew Breitbart.
The film, slated for release on July 15, will be distributed by AMC, North America's second largest theater chain. While the film will certainly attract Palin die-hards to theaters, "The Undefeated" will face a quite formidable foe, as the final installment of the "Harry Potter" film series is also slated to debut.
— By Peter Carril