"The Undefeated" will debut at the 111-year-old Pella Opera House in Pella, Iowa on June 28 - just one day after Palin's potential rival in the presidential race, Rep. Michele Bachmann, holds an event to formally kick off her presidential campaign in Waterloo, Iowa. Waterloo is roughly two hours away from Pella. (Oddly enough,.)
CBS News political correspondent Jan Crawford,
The first hour of the movie focuses on Palin's half term as Alaska governor, while the second looks at her time as the vice presidential nominee. It traces her political rise and battles with oil companies and the GOP establishment, and delves into her accomplishments as governor and experiences on the national stage.
"If you like Sarah Palin, the movie will make you like her even more," Crawford wrote after seeing the film. "Using never-before seen video, it shows Palin taking on the machine and winning, while racking up whopping 80 percent approval ratings in the state."
"But if you don't like Sarah Palin, the movie is unlikely to change your mind," Crawford continues. "You'll probably think of it as a one-sided campaign ad and wonder where the critics are."