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Not suitable for those who require quality productions
Completely agree with the previous reviewer that this was not a
compilation made with any enthusiasm and the narration in particular is
without emphasis or the apparent interest of the narrator; it seems
almost whispered for the most part. There is a serious doubt in my mind
that Elvis actually said a lot of the supposed 'in his own words'
dialogue which, as your previous reviewer said, was presented in a
voice absolutely nothing like that of the man himself. The former
co-stars appeared to have been interviewed ad hoc with no attempt at
quality. On the plus side Elvis' story is interesting and this
production did suggest substantial reasons - i.e. mother fixation,
shame of his father, complete subjugation by Parker - for why he was in
his private life such a dysfunctional man. The film clips were good to
re-visit but this is sadly a lacklustre production dealing as it does
with one of the most publicly charismatic men of modern times.
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