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Romney Attends Sundance Premiere of ‘MITT’

Mitt RomneyPARK CITY, Utah (AP) — Mitt and Ann Romney came to the Salt Lake City premiere of “MITT,” the documentary that tracks his run for the presidency, much to the surprise of the audience, and even the filmmaker.

Greg Whiteley followed the Romney family for six years, from the Massachusetts governor’s first attempt for the Republican nomination in 2006 to his run against now-President Barack Obama in 2012. Whiteley said the Sundance Film Festival premiere Friday was the Romneys’ first look at the film, which will debut on Netflix on Jan. 24.

So what did they think?

Whiteley said he didn’t ask and the Romneys didn’t offer.

The couple also is expected to attend Saturday night’s premiere of the film in Park City, Utah.


  • TheScottishWeasel

    I thought they made films about intelligent successful people? Not neer do wells, idiots, and losers.

  • TheScottishWeasel

    They tracked him for 6 years? That must’ve been the longest 30 years of their lives.

  • alpinequeen

    And this is the guy who led a prep school posse of classmates at Cranbrook private school to forcibly cut the hair of another student they thought was gay…