Nick Broomfield, who’s made documentaries about Kurt Cobain (Kurt and Courtney), Tupac and Biggie (Biggie and Tupac), and Heidi Fleiss (Heidi Fleiss: Hollywood Madam), among others, is sort of a tabloidy, British version of Werner Herzog, and most recently, he turned his God-awful, droning, British stroke victim narration on Sarah Palin, for a new documentary that will be premiering at the Toronto Film Festival, for the no doubt untold millions of Palin supporters present there. There’s a new clip from it after the jump, and the crowd shot you see above comes from a Palin event in Lemoore, California (fun fact: that’s a couple towns over from where I grew up, I used to play basketball there). Between Sarah Palin spouting idiotic talking points (DEATH PANELS! FAT CATS!) and Nick Broomfield’s Kermit the Frog-gargling-oatmeal narration, it seems that the goal here was for no one to watch this ever. Which is really the preferred response to anything Palin-related. Great job, everyone, let’s break for lunch.