Movie review: 'The Brink' shows both the charisma and odiousness of Steve Bannon

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New documentary. The brink in the film Alison follows Steve Bannon through the ear of Twenty-eight teen after he was fired from Trump's White House and fired. From Breitbart news and lost the support of his billionaire backers the Mercer's but Bannon didn't slow down. He went looking for new financial backers and took his nationalist ideas abroad. We watch him meet with right wing leaders from the United Kingdom, France Italy. And elsewhere to start a new group he calls the movement, we helped knit together this populist nationalist movement throughout the world because guys Egypt come into the Modi's guys in India. Do you know in we get or Mon in even and we're somehow some sort of convening authority producer Marie Therese one. Worked with Bannon in an earlier chapter of their careers fifteen years ago. Bannon was the CEO of American vantage media that bought the art house distribution company wellspring, we're Marie Therese worked. She experienced his brusque management style that we witness in the film have to change your nappy powder. Your bottom. Yes. Marie Therese secured the access to Bannon and picked Allison is the director Allison's previous documentary. I way way never sorry about the dissident Chinese artist took a similar observational approach for covering Bannon. Allison took advice from Washington DC journalist. He told me that, you know, everyone in DC likes to think that their life is house of cards, but it's really veep.

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