News of a new documentary looking at the rise of Sarah Palin and her tenure as Alaska governor came as one of several signs this week that the big name Republican may be preparing to launch a presidential campaign.
The film, which is scheduled to premiere next month in Iowa, has generated significant buzz about Palin's plans for 2012.
The Daily Beast's Shushannah Walshe reports that the final segment of the documentary begins with a caption that reads, "From here, I can see November."
Real Clear Politics relays background on the film:
Although Palin is not interviewed directly, the film features on-camera interviews and commentaries from 10 Alaskans who played different roles in her political rise, as well as six Lower 48 denizens who defend her in more visceral terms, including prominent conservative firebrands Mark Levin, Andrew Breitbart and Tammy Bruce.
Fox News aired an exclusive preview of the documentary on "Hannity" earlier this week.
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