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Game change vs a movie called the undefeated.
Coming to a television set near you two -- diametrically.
Differing views on the same subject are you ready governor Sarah -- up.
What's going broad.
Republicans blasting what they call HBO's historical pictures with the movie based on the book game change star -- Julianne Moore.
As Governor Palin produced by Tom Hanks -- donated a lot of money to the Democratic Party is Wallace's Royce and narration.
-- the other corner it's undefeated airing Sunday night on the reels -- the documentary chronicling -- rise.
From obscurity to national prominence.
-- news -- going back in 1989 when she worked.
-- commercial fishing boat.
My guest tonight the director of the undefeated Steve Bennett good to have dear Steve thank regulations like Hillary.
You didn't it and why this HBO -- Let's have the timing of it you know you have to plan movie like that a year in advance and at the planned the distribution of its six months to nine months and that's they had always planned to drop that.
On the Saturday after Super Tuesday.
They assumed when they start making this film that she was gonna be the nominee or worst case -- would win the conservative -- face Mitt Romney.
They wanted to reinforce that mean we'll -- public welfare system they weren't alone in that regard where that.
What it looked into them than the bottom line is they took a book that was not sourced ignore every talks about being changed a book looking -- the book.
Hillary Clinton had a huge problem with -- opening came -- the book was not source it was all anonymous sources and then they took thirty pages of the book.
And a lot more salacious detail out of it'll click governor -- Almost had a nervous breakdown should know the difference between the two Koreas you know -- sort of what we're to just -- kind of nonsense and I think if you watch the undefeated.
You see the toughness the grit determination of smarts.
Of very savvy one.
Now there's there's no question she's she hands hers is a remarkable story.
-- when people see.
You see this movie and and or is it what will be the time of the terror.
-- is gonna play 8 o'clock eastern time and they're gonna replay -- immediately after that it sounds like you -- there at the 8 eastern time and they are play again I think on Monday and Tuesday -- 8:8 o'clock and 8 o'clock based on you know -- in eastern.
What do you want folks to anyone to take away from your your -- The reason want to make this film is that -- guys and on Wall Street and Washington when I was watching the rise the Tea Party you into my films generations -- battle for America about that.
We kept saying that people like Michelle Bachmann or Sarah -- We're not very Smart they're not they really don't know what they're doing they don't they're just they're just they're puppets and I said that this woman is one -- from a distance one most impressive.
People have ever seen I want to break that means of caribou Barbie meets Bible spice.
This this kind of pop culture.
A beat down that she had and I think the film does a good job because I don't interviewer in the film I go back to actual archival footage you actually your act which when the vortex.
Of what Sarah Palin went through at the time short -- And my goodness where she's still going through it every time she speaks.
You know adored.
Or are people were contemptuous separated is the issue -- or something much metal had an exit at -- back they had before presidential candidates are I don't think Ron Paul in the share.
But -- had -- -- to -- the only you know Andrew bright part.
And Governor Sarah Palin with the place she is she brought all the energy to that has to -- back the reason why would HBO.
Time Warner go to all that time and -- energy and money.
Good to make this film and it and then distributor right Super Tuesday it's because she's an existential threat to the progressive left into the existence permit local class and that's what -- fear well.
It's it's a high compliment to to the governor and she ought to be thrown without park but -- -- that if you mentioned Andrew bright part.
And it is sad passing.
But I have to say.
-- it was easy for me to see why Andrew Bryant -- The chosen -- -- to be a leader.
A leader for -- for his organization.
The way he has conducted himself the way he's taken on.
I won't mention the network.
But it was CNN where they believe I was looking typically where they what -- they put up -- people through to deal with them he he handled -- brilliant.
-- been -- -- board member at the company since is inception Joseph has been the young editor in chief reporter under Andrew Andrew tragic you know this week we're -- website.
Everybody -- go to the website and see the standing eight count.
That Soledad O'Brien got when Joseph -- delivered you know deliver them what it's it was methodical it was polite.
But it shows you the difference between someone who's really -- journalist and someone -- a Folger.
Jewel Pollard I thought distinguished himself and I had to think how how proud.
Andrew -- -- would be thank you don't know handset.
Super good to see and all the best with the debuts Sunday 8 PM eastern.
On renewables -- now.
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