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Film Review - Elvis & Nixon


It was a private moment shared by the President of the United States and the world’s biggest music star, but a meeting in 1970 between Richard Nixon and Elvis Presley (a joining of disparate worlds documented with a single photograph, becoming one of most popular pictures in the National Archives) created a tidal wave of speculation, with fans of both men openly wondering just went on behind closed doors. “Elvis & Nixon” doesn’t have the evidence, but it provides a bright recreation of the event, imagining the oddity, bravado, and irritation triggered by Elvis and his determination to meet the most powerful man in the world. Read the rest at


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