Superficial, with a few spots of interest thrown in
This entry in the "Biography" series hints but doesn't really explain much.
The story of how a 14-year-old Army brat enamors a much-older mega-star remains somewhat obscure. We're told that Priscilla could listen to Elvis in a way that he valued quite deeply. Er, OK...
Produced when Priscilla was close to 60, this show includes lots of face time with a woman whose visage remains exceptionally pretty. She comes across as somewhat enigmatic, as if she could say much more if she'd allow herself.
Priscilla seems underwhelmed when discussing The King, but doesn't come across as overly critical, either. She appears world weary in reference to her sometimes-troubled daughter, Lisa Marie. Some parents may identify as she speaks of raising a child who must learn by making mistakes.
Overall, Priscilla surfaces as quite gutsy and modest, an interesting combination.
As is so peculiar in some other "Biography" segments related to music, we hear virtually none of it here.
In all, a very mixed bag.
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