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After his dramatic departure from the White House in 2017, and having famously stated that “the West Wing has bad karma”, Steve Bannon—Trump’s main strategist and the man behind his election campaign—wants more from life than juice cleanses and kombucha. In a bid to reassert his influence on US politics, he founds “The Movement”, an alt-right organization meant to serve as an ideological umbrella for populists in Europe and worldwide. He then spends his time buttering up donors and feeding potential voters bite-sized chunks of ideas based on fear and alienation. Alison Klayman (whose films on Ai Weiwei and Carmen Herrera were screened at Docaviv) followed Bannon for over a year and managed to get close to him without letting him exploit her camera. She sees every quirk, every wrinkle and every exasperated sigh, and wonders: does he have anything left to sell?