It’s always good news when a documentary finds a major audience, and 2018 has become the summer of the documentary blockbuster. First “Rbg
,” then “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?,” and now — perhaps — “Three Identical Strangers
,” the Sundance sensation about grown-up triplets who find one another (it had a powerful limited opening this weekend). Coming up Friday: “Whitney,” a bold and beautiful exposé of the life of Whitney Houston
that has the potential to be another “Amy.” Yet there is one new documentary that’s hiding, just a bit, in the shadows, and it’s one that I passionately urge you to see, because it’s a one-of-a-kind movie that leaves a deep and lasting imprint.
,” directed by Eugene Jarecki
, is a nonfiction chronicle of the life and career of Elvis Presley
, but it’s really a documentary-meditation-essay-rhapsody, one that captures, as almost no film has, what’s happening,