Conor Friedersdorf went to Sarah Palin documentary The Undefeated at midnight last night, and except for two confused women who left after twenty minutes and a couple who showed up for a while in the middle, he was the only one there. His lament:
You know you were just dying to see this. And here it is, friends, the first look at the work of art itself, The Undefeated, which Roll Call flatly declared is "not a good film." And then pointed out that the title itself is inaccurate.
Brace yourselves, because there's a new Sarah Palin documentary coming out! No, not the amusingly-titled Palin hagiography The Undefeated. Apparently there's another film in the works that doesn't paint such a flattering portrait of America's most famous non-candidate.
Today CNN ran a short preview of The Undefeated, the feature-length ode to Sarah Palin's gubernatorial skills that will premiere in Iowa next month. Basically, we learn that unlike in Hawaii and the contiguous United States, governors are tasked with running the state in Alaska — until they quit to purse other…
What do you do when higher-ups in your party have largely dismissed you, and many people have stopped talking about you as a serious presidential contender? If you're Sarah Palin, the answer is obvious: make a movie.