Sarah Palin Documentary To Be Released July 15


A documentary about Sarah Palin recently premiered.A documentary about former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin will be released in a number of large markets across the country.

On June 28, the Stephen Bannon-directed film “The Undefeated” premiered in Iowa, the State that holds the first caucus in the nation. The film focuses on Palin’s time as Governor.

According to The Daily Iowan, many Palin backers attended the premiere at the 111-year-old Pella Opera House.

“The documentary did an excellent job of pulling back the curtain regarding the (stuff) Palin had to go through,” 65-year-old Pella resident Theresa Caine told the news source. “The ‘lamestream’ media were really unfair to her, focusing on her demeanor rather than her points. I hope she runs for President and shows ’em all.”

While those in the Hawkeye State were the first to see the film, those in other parts of the country will get their chance on July 15 when the film is released in AMC Theaters in places such as Dallas, Denver, Oklahoma City, Atlanta, Phoenix, Houston and Indianapolis, Victory Film Group announced in a release.

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