A trailer of a documentary film that follows former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has been released by Netflix.
The film chronicles the former Massachusetts governor’s unsuccessful fights for the Oval Office, beginning in 2006, spanning his 2008 and 2012 campaigns, and culminating with his concession speech on election night.
Director Greg Whiteley was “given unprecedented access by Mitt Romney and his family for six years,” according to a description of the film on YouTube.
The trailer opens with the candidate and his family discussing Romney’s impending concession speech in Nov. 2012.
“By the way, does someone have a number for the President?” Romney says with a laugh.
The film will be available on Netflix on Jan. 24.