Pro-Palin Movie Has Too Many Curse Words

... by her critics; director will tone it down before national release in July
By John Johnson,  Newser Staff
Posted Jun 10, 2011 9:50 AM CDT
Sarah Palin poses for photos with a school group visiting the Bunker Hill Monument in Boston, Thursday, June 2, 2011.   (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

(Newser) – A full-length film that paints a halo around Sarah Palin will be released nationally in AMC theaters in July, reports Politico. Palin herself wasn't involved with production of The Undefeated, but director Steve Bannon is an unabashed fan who says he wants to balance Palin's negative coverage—sort of a Michael Moore from the right. The Daily Intel blog loves this detail: To get a PG-13 rating, Bannon will have to tone down the heavy cursing from comedians and pundits going after her. It's also got rough war footage, apparently used as a metaphor for the attacks she faces. If you'd prefer a 3-minute bus tour video, click here.

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