Peter Mandelson was caught on camera, looking less than his usual, immaculate, unruffled self, when both he and his London home were targeted on film by a bunch of activists.
The former Cabinet Secretary was unwittingly filmed as part of the fly-on-the-wall documentary, Just Do It, by filmmaker Emily James, who spent a year embedded with the UK's environmental direct action movement and explored their motivations, fears and secret activities.
Just Do It is in cinemas 15 July
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