In June, 'The Undefeated,' a feature-length documentary about Sarah Palin's rise to national prominence, will be released in theaters in an effort to reform the former Alaskan governor's image as she entertains the idea of a 2012 presidential run.
Late last year, Palin aide Rebecca Mansour reached out to conservative filmmaker Steven Bannon, the documentarian behind the Tea Party doc 'Generation Zero,' to develop a series of videos to protect Palin's reputation and legacy after she stepped down as governor of Alaska. Bannon decided instead to craft a full-length film and even reportedly self-financed the $1 million flick.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, two versions of 'The Undefeated' will be released. One is aimed at a general audience and features interviews with Palin supporters, residents of Alaska and conservative bloggers in an effort to clear up alleged misconceptions about Palin, while a second, unedited doc will feature anti-Palin clips from Rosie O'Donnell, Matt Damon, Bill Maher, David Letterman, Howard Stern and Louis C.K. to illustrate the allegedly unfair and cruel treatment she received during her vice-presidential run.