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Hillary Clinton seen leaving the Sundance premiere of her new documentary BEFORE the film starts 

Hillary Clinton swept in for the premiere of her much anticipated four-part documentary series at the Sundance Film Festival Saturday.

But she didn’t hang around to watch the film, leaving the theater by the back door before it started.

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Clinton, accompanied by a secret service detail, arrived at The Ray Theater in Park City, Utah for the first screening of the film entitled Hillary.

The former Secretary of State was driven in a black GMC Yukon XL to the venue in a five vehicle convoy – but bizarrely left at around 2.30pm, before the film was screened at 3pm.

Clinton seemed in high spirits though as she left the venue via the rear entrance and DailyMail.com obtained exclusive photos of her as she stopped to pose for photos and take selfies with a small group of people.

The former Secretary of State was seen bizarrely leaving the premiere of her new documentary through a back exit at around 2.30pm – before the film was screened at 3pm (above), in pictures obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com

Clinton was joined by long time aide Huma Abedin (pictured at the back) who was wearing large sunglasses. Abedin will feature heavily in the documentary. She was vice chair of Clinton’s 2016 campaign and prior to that was deputy chief of staff to Clinton, who was Secretary of State from 2009 to 2013

Clinton was joined by long time aide Huma Abedin (pictured at the back) who was wearing large sunglasses. Abedin will feature heavily in the documentary. She was vice chair of Clinton’s 2016 campaign and prior to that was deputy chief of staff to Clinton, who was Secretary of State from 2009 to 2013

Clinton seemed in high spirits though as she left the venue via the rear entrance and stopped to pose for photos and take selfies with a small group of people (above)

Clinton seemed in high spirits though as she left the venue via the rear entrance and stopped to pose for photos and take selfies with a small group of people (above)

The former First Lady appeared to steady herself as she came down a set of stairs behind the venue (above)

The former First Lady appeared to steady herself as she came down a set of stairs behind the venue (above)

Clinton was wearing black pants, black boots and a navy blue three-quarter length jacket with detailed trim (above)

Clinton was wearing black pants, black boots and a navy blue three-quarter length jacket with detailed trim (above)

The documentary includes biographical chapters of Clinton’s life and examines how she (above) became one of the most polarizing women in the world

The documentary includes biographical chapters of Clinton’s life and examines how she (above) became one of the most polarizing women in the world 

Clinton appeared to steady herself as she came down a set of stairs by what appeared to be a loading dock behind the venue.

She was surrounded by aides and her security detail and held on to the railing.

At the foot of the stairs she was met by two people, a man and what appeared to be his younger son with whom she posed for photos with.

Wearing black pants, black boots and a navy blue three-quarter length jacket with detailed trim, the politician laughed and joked before her convoy, which included unmarked police vehicles carrying uniformed officers, left the theater at speed with lights flashing. 

Clinton posed for selfies with fans after leaving the theater shortly before a screening of her new documentary

Clinton posed for selfies with fans after leaving the theater shortly before a screening of her new documentary 

The politician was seen laughing and joking before her convoy, which included unmarked police vehicles carrying uniformed officers, left the theater at speed with lights flashing

The politician was seen laughing and joking before her convoy, which included unmarked police vehicles carrying uniformed officers, left the theater at speed with lights flashing

Say cheese! She stops to take a selfie with someone before getting in her vehicle

Say cheese! She stops to take a selfie with someone before getting in her vehicle

She was surrounded by aides and her security detail and held on to the railing (above)

She was surrounded by aides and her security detail and held on to the railing (above)

Seen in the group exiting the theater with Clinton was her long time aide Huma Abedin, wearing large sunglasses.

Both Clinton and Abedin posed for photographers inside the theater in front of the obligatory sponsored backdrop.

Abedin will feature heavily in the documentary.

She was vice chair of Clinton’s 2016 campaign and prior to that was deputy chief of staff to Clinton, who was Secretary of State from 2009 to 2013. 

Before her speedy exit, Clinton posed for photos (above) inside the theater for the first screening of the film

Before her speedy exit, Clinton posed for photos (above) inside the theater for the first screening of the film

Clinton pictured with director Nanette Burstein at the premiere

Clinton pictured with director Nanette Burstein at the premiere

Hillary Clinton was driven in a black GMC Yukon XL to the venue in a five vehicle convoy and posed in front of the obligatory sponsored backdrop (above)

Hillary Clinton was driven in a black GMC Yukon XL to the venue in a five vehicle convoy and posed in front of the obligatory sponsored backdrop (above)

Clinton has said that ‘nothing was off limits’ with regards to the Hulu series based on her life and 2016 Presidential Campaign.

A series of bombshells from the doc have already emerged including how she slammed Bernie Sanders, saying ‘nobody likes him’.

‘Hey was in Congress for years. He had one senator support him. Nobody likes him, nobody wants to work with him, he got nothing done,’ Clinton sayings in the film, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

‘He was a career politician. It’s all just baloney and I feel so bad that people got sucked into it.’

The former First Lady (above being driven off) has said that ‘nothing was off limits’ with regards to the Hulu series based on her life and 2016 Presidential Campaign

The former First Lady (above being driven off) has said that ‘nothing was off limits’ with regards to the Hulu series based on her life and 2016 Presidential Campaign

Clinton's convoy (above): A series of bombshells from the doc have already emerged including how she slammed Bernie Sanders, saying ‘nobody likes him’

Clinton’s convoy (above): A series of bombshells from the doc have already emerged including how she slammed Bernie Sanders, saying ‘nobody likes him’

Clinton is seen being driven off in a convoy of vehicles. She is interviewed in the documentary as well as her husband former President Bill Clinton, Chelsea Clinton, staff, friends and journalists

Clinton is seen being driven off in a convoy of vehicles. She is interviewed in the documentary as well as her husband former President Bill Clinton, Chelsea Clinton, staff, friends and journalists

The documentary is directed by The Kid Stays In The Picture and Gringo director Nanette Burstein and launches on Hulu on March 6.

Executive produced by Burstein, Howard T. Owens and Ben Silverman for Propagate, the series gives viewers an up-close view of Clinton amid her historic 2016 presidential run and shares never-before-seen footage from behind the scenes.

Clinton herself is interviewed as well as her husband former President Bill Clinton, Chelsea Clinton, staff, friends and journalists.

It includes biographical chapters of Clinton’s life and examines how she became one of the most polarizing women in the world.

Clinton has revealed she sat for around 35 hours of interviews for the series.

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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