This well-produced true documentary, (not a "mockumentary"), which was originally titled "Rock 'n Roll Disciples" upon release, profiles several real full-throttle Elvis worshipers in the period not long after the sudden death of "The King".
You'll learn how the life of each of these red-blooded Americans was profoundly affected by their attraction to Elvis, the man and his music, and how life can never be the same since his passing. The producer tactfully allows the fanatics to speak their minds without demeaning them. There's Frankie, the female military vet, who walked out on her husband during their honeymoon when she discovered he didn't share her passion for ol' shaky hips. The twin girls who maintain that Elvis must be their dad because their Mom "never said he wasn't" probably take the cake. Artie Mentz, the Jewish Elvis impressionist appears the most rational of the folks who participated.
All-in-all, a very rewarding twenty-some minutes.
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