Moore shocked by Palin’s dependency on advisors

London: Julianne Moore has revealed that she was left stunned after discovering that the former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, whom she is portraying in her next film, was completely controlled by her advisors.

The Oscar winner portrays the one-time Vice Presidential candidate in the upcoming film ‘Game Change’, based on John Heilemann and Mark Halperin’s book, which chronicles John McCain’s failed bid for the White House in 2008. The 51-year-old actress spent weeks perfecting her portrayal of the controversial politician. She also admitted that she was shocked to discover that Palin was told what to say and how to look throughout her campaign.

“In my portrayal, I tried to be as balanced and as fair as possible using the tools that we had. Obviously I am never going to be her. But I need to portray her as precisely as possible,” a leading daily has quoted her as saying.

“She was only allowed to talk with certain media outlets. Everything she said was prescribed. She didn’t understand why they had brought her in as a vice presidential candidate for her abilities and then not let her use them. I was not aware that campaigns were conducted that way. And I certainly wasn’t aware that people are educated, dressed, made up. That is much more like what we do in showbusiness,” she added.


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