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Topic - steven zeitchik
"The film could then play fall film festivals such as Toronto, with a distributor getting the opportunity to release it into the teeth of the 2012 election cycle, in which Palin is expected to be a key player," Mr. Zeitchik says. "It remains to be seen whether Broomfield's Palin film will play to a larger audience, or to a crowd predisposed against her."
The British filmmaker's take on Mrs. Palin will "stir the pot," says Los Angeles Times film writer Steven Zeitchik, who frames the work as a "scathing" look at Mrs. Palin, portraying her as ruthless politician rather than straightforward patriot.