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I would actually like to see a series of these 'interviews' with historic celebrities. "Einstein Found ALive", "Jesus Found Alive", "Caveman Found Alive".
Using stock footage, public documents and existing testimonials the producers have crafted a compelling look at the life and times of Elvis Presley.
Get over the whole 'he is still alive' angle and enjoy a semi-autobiographical narrative of a celebrity who lived through WWII, the Civil Rights movement, the Summer of Love and the Nixon/Carter/Reagan presidencies.
It's an entertaining telling of the Elvis story with some socio-political biases (Elvis hates Obama).
I like Elvis' music in the same way I like Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis. Fun 'Oldies' stuff.
This is more of a 'My Dinner with Andre (Elvis)' and should be appreciated on that level.
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