...I found it particularly interesting to hear the viewpoints of some of Gov. Palins co-workers from her early political days.
These werent comments by fans, but real observations from the trenches.
Thats all very helpful when discerning the character of someone versus the media pundits vying for your attention.Theres a reason work applications ask for references.And with this film, you have them.
...No new footage of Palin appears in the film and Bannon did not conduct interviews with her.-- snip --
Instead, she appears in newscasts and other video from key points in her political career, like her maiden speech at the Republican National Convention in 2008, which is featured prominently throughout the documentary.
Palin voice runs over parts of the film, but Bannon purchased the audio rights her memoir Going Rogue...sprinkling parts of the recording throughout the film.
...Palin saw a rough cut of the film with her husband Todd in Phoenix, Ariz., and she told Fox News's Greta van Susteren last week that "it blew me away."And, I understand that the pre-production "rough cut" that Governor Palin saw did not yet have the powerful musical sound track which will be in the final version of the film.