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In an infamous series of interviews with Katie Couric, the CBS News anchor, Mrs Palin was asked about her claim that Alaska's proximity to Russia gave her an insight into foreign affairs.

Her stumbling answer - describing how "[Vladimir] Putin rears his head and comes into the air space of the United States of America" - helped reinforce the impression that she was not ready for high office.

based on Mark Halperin and John Heilemann's bestselling behind-the-scenes book about the 2008 presidential election, Julianne Moore winningly captures the physicality of the Thrilla from Wasilla.

(The film premieres on HBO Saturday at 9 p.m.) Yes Daniel Orlandi's costumes and Ardis Cohen's hairstyling are dead-on accurate, but also Moore successfully mimics Palin's odd jerkiness of movement, the small stiffness that caused some of her detractors to call her robotic.

The incident was revealed during research for Game Change, an HBO 'docu-drama' based on a book about the 2008 campaign by two leading American journalists.

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Here is not just the guileful striver we've seen in dozens of Fox News pundit sessions, but also the tenacious family woman, the hungry and curious small-towner, the deceptively self-conscious good girl quietly roiling with an unnamed darkness.

It's a captivating piece of work, akin to Laura Dern's bonkers Katherine Harris in director Jay Roach's other HBO political docu-drama, the book dealt with a much wider expanse of the electoral landscape, the movie is chiefly concerned with the ballsy, and perhaps ultimately disastrous, decision to bring an unknown, untested way-Northerner into the white hot center of a presidential campaign.

So we're mostly dealing with Moore as Palin, a disappointingly miscast Ed Harris as John Mc Cain (was Michael Hogan unavailable?

(Or, arguably,it’s an adaptation of Scott Conroy and Shushannah Walshe’s “Sarah From Alaska.” That is sort of a shame.

The Palin thing is the most heavily over-covered story line of the entire 2008 campaign, so focusing on it might be totally logical from a marketing perspective, but it’s unfortunate from an artistic one.