“Whether Sarah chooses to run or not,” filmmaker Nick Broomfield notes, “what's astonishing is how close she's already gotten to the White House.”
On the heels of the very-much-pro-candidate documentary "The Undefeated," British filmmaker Nick Broomfield is about to debut a much tougher cinematic profile of former Alaska governor Sarah Palin.
In this clip, Broomfield ("Kurt and Courtney") travels to a Central California rally for Palin, where all the questions are pre-screened — Example: "What do you think about Obamacare?" (She doesn't like it!)
Broomfield gets tossed when he violates the Q&A mandate and queries the probable 2012 Presidential candidate, "Do you think your political career is over?"
Palin takes a long drink of water, then ducks the question, referring to her avid supporters in the crowd.
"Whether Sarah chooses to run or not," Broomfield notes, "what's astonishing is how close she's already gotten to the White House."
Here's the clip: