The Undefeated Palin Trailer

February 22, 2012 by staff 

The Undefeated Palin Trailer, The Undefeated Teaser Trailer from Dain Valverde on Vimeo.

Welcome to the debut party political broadca sorry trailer for Sarah Palin film The Undefeated. This is the friendly Palin documentary, not the other one doing the rounds, made by Nick Broomfield, which reportedly excoriates the former Alaska governor as a snooty, Blackberry-fixated harpie during her time in charge of the land of the midnight sun.

The Undefeated, however, is the one which reportedly idolises Palin as a Joan of Arc-like figure beset at every turn by vicious leftie enemies seeking to thwart her ambition of reviving the conservative legacy of Ronald Reagan. You can tell this by the way the trailer opens: DAUGHTER, WIFE, MOTHER, WARRIOR flash up in black and white, before it launches into a rapid-fire rundown of Palin’s achievements in office (slightly stat-light, but still).

The Undefeated has been widely seen as a key staging post in Palin’s plan for a presidential run next year. The premiere took place last month amid a press frenzy in the town of Pella, Iowa, which just happens to be the state where the US presidential primaries traditionally kick off.

Which movie will end up as the daddy of Sarah Palin documentaries? Well, The Undefeated is unlikely to break box office records when it debuts at a handful of US cinemas later this month, but the trailer suggests it does have lots of shots of money being variously burnt or cut up and will probably enter the Guiness Book of Records as the movie which mentions the phrases “liberal media” and “phony intelligentsia” the most times. Broomfield, meanwhile, is said to have pulled out the big guns: if reports are correct, he has managed to get Palin’s parents to say bad things about her. Now that is nasty.

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