The Last Elvis

The Last Elvis
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Marrianne

This was a sweet movie, a simple man, an Elvis impersonator who lives to be Elvis, even when he is not performing. This film is easy to read, not a lot of dialogue, and .......with a surprise ending. I enjoyed it!

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