But her emails . . . don’t believe everything you think you know about Hillary Clinton
An absorbing new four-part documentary examines the misogyny and double standards Hillary Clinton faced running for office
What should we take from Hillary Clinton’s life story? Is she the arrogant elitist whose blunders and blind spots gave us the Donald Trump presidency, or the tragic victim of systemic misogyny in American politics and culture?
That’s the question raised by Hillary, an absorbing four-part documentary by Nanette Burstein, recently released on Sky and Now TV, for which the film-maker mined 1,700 hours of fly-on-the-wall footage of the Clinton campaign and shot...
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