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Mitt Romney and his family are followed through their U.S. Presidential campaigns.







Credited cast:
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Candy Crowley ...
Herself - Debate Moderator (archive footage)
Eric Draper ...
Himself - Campaign Photographer
Jim Lehrer ...
Himself - Debate Moderator (archive footage)
Himself - Presidential Candidate (archive footage)
Himself - President (archive footage)
Rob Portman ...
Himself - Senator, Ohio
Ann Romney ...
Herself - Mitt's Wife
Ben Romney ...
Himself - Son
Craig Romney ...
Himself - Son
Jenn Romney ...
Herself - Josh's Wife
Himself - Son
Laurie Romney ...
Herself - Matt's Wife
Mary Romney ...
Herself - Craig's Wife
Himself - Son


Mitt Romney, with the support of his family, made two major campaigns for the Office of the President of the United States in the 2008 and 2012 campaigns. This film takes an intimate portrait of the Romney family during these bids through the initial decision to run, the primaries and the general election itself as the former Governor of Massachusetts experiences the highs and lows of his ultimately unsuccessful campaign. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (

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24 January 2014 (USA)  »

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Good, not great
2 March 2014 | by (Seattle, WA) – See all my reviews

"Mitt" was a rewarding experience but it was clear to me that care was taken to present the man in a way that he and his family would approve of.

Rewarding in that the Romneys still allowed enough reality to slip to the camera for us to have some fair judgment; but no conversation about the millionaire fund-raiser dinner that ultimately cost him in 2012, and nothing TOO controversial otherwise.

What we're left with is a sense that this was a nice guy, who was very close to his family. We also learned that he was someone who never really seemed terribly confident, strong-willed, or clear about his political convictions. He also revealed his a deep devotion to his Mormonism. I never really felt that he was in the race for the right reasons, and this film reinforced that point.

Again, the film didn't reveal everything, but (for me) it revealed enough. Mildly recommended.

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