Elvis: That's the Way It Is
- 1 hr 48 min
This is an American documentary film based on Elvis Presley. This film depicts his change in career from movies to his singing career. His transition takes place in the 1970s. His manager Colonel Tom Parker arranges a performance at the Summer Festival at the International Hotel in Las Vegas. The film shows him visiting sites in Las Vegas and rehearsing with his band. Before he goes on stage for his live performance, he is welcomed by his fans. He is known for having a personal connection with his fans, who are mostly women. They swoon over him, and they fall in love with him. He is a good looking man. He has the ability to put on a good performance for his fans. He performs many songs, such as "Love Me Tender," "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me," "Can't Help Falling in Love," just to name a few.