New Sarah Palin Shock Doc Set To Hit The Big Screen
by RadarOnline.com Staff
Sarah Palin should be shaking in her deerskin boots as a scathing new documentary about her gets set to hit the big screen and RadarOnline.com has a sneak peak.
Controversial British filmmaker Nick Broomfield is behind the quest to unveil the 'real' Palin and has quietly interviewed her parents, friends and disgruntled ex-colleagues to get a look at her rise to fame.
But due to his infamous muckraking, the former Alaska governor should be prepared for a much more damning documentary than Undefeated - a pro Palin film - which makes it's world premiere on June 29, 2011.
In the 1 minute clip obtained by RadarOnline.com Palin's former legislative director, John Bitney and senate president, Lyda Green blast her for her "amateur behavior" during important meetings, in which they say she did not listen, but continually text messaged.
Bloomfield is preparing to shop the movie around in Los Angeles next week and it could even get a premiere at the Toronto Film Festival in September.
He has made a number of controversial documentaries in the past including Kurt & Courtney which questioned Kurt Cobain's suicide and hinted at murder and he is famous for his unorthodox style and ability to access usually unreachable subjects.
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