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Zeitsprung: Am 21.12.1970 trifft Elvis Richard Nixon und verpfeift die Beatles.Das Treffens zwischen dem Präsidenten und Elvis im Dezember ist legendär. Der King wollte gegen Drogen vorgehen, nahm aber selber. Im Dezember reist Elvis Presley nach Washington DC, um Präsident Richard Nixon um eine Audienz zu bitten. Der `King of Rock' fühlt sich nämlich zu Höherem berufen und will dem Anführer der freien Welt ein verlockendes Angebot machen: Er. machte sich Elvis Presley auf nach Washington, um Drogenfahnder zu werden. Der Film „Elvis & Nixon“ erzählt von seinem.
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Loving You King Creole G. Luckily for Elvis, Krogh was a big fan. Excited by the idea of getting Elvis and the president together, Krogh persuaded the Chief of Staff to set up a meeting.
Just six hours after arriving in Washington D. In true Elvis fashion, the King arrived decked out in a purple velvet suit and a gold belt buckle.
He also came bearing a gift, a mounted Colt. However, once they thoroughly checked him out, they escorted him into the Oval Office. Getty Images The president gifts the King some souvenir cufflinks from the White House.
Instead, all that exists of this meeting is a note written by Krogh. As Nixon, Spacey also finds nuance and manages to make the former President larger than life from behind a desk and despite his reservations about meeting Elvis, and just about everything else.
He has less to work with than Shannon, but Spacey gets Nixon just right and manages to refrain from caricature whilst exploring amusing traits and mannerisms.
Both physical and psychological. Beyond the two central characters, the screenplay and some variable stock footage encourages political and cultural touch-points that aren't dwelled upon.
Although it's clear that Nixon isn't adverse to finding good PR opportunities or impressing his daughters.
A trend that crops up throughout the movie, with Elvis using such as a free pass at his convenience. For him, good PR opportunities are also valuable.
In many ways, however, Elvis and Nixon suffer the same issues with loneliness, isolation and concerns about their image. Which is something Elvis is portrayed as being more in touch with than Nixon, who laments about not looking like a Kennedy and tries to boost his ego by asking Krogh if he could take Elvis in a fight.
Elvis, on the other hand, is aware of his image and the performance that's required just to be Elvis Presley. Which is something that was also expressed by Michelle Williams' Marilyn Monroe in Simon Curtis' film, My Week With Marilyn.
By the time Elvis and Nixon eventually meet, both characters have been fully established, and whilst the vignettes along the way are both funny and geared towards comedy, some miss the mark completely.
Such as a clandestine meeting between Elvis and Nixon's aides, that hints towards All the Presidents Men but plays more like a parents' meeting.
Although Elvis's visit to a doughnut shop that's populated by a streetwise and vocal black clientele shows him comfortable with all walks of life and able to keep his ego in check.
This is in stark contrast to his meeting with Nixon, where Elvis is far from humbled and tries to impress upon the President with bizarre notions and one-upmanship.
In one shot, Elvis seems to dwarf Nixon in the way both men are framed. But Spacey plays the President with quick wit and more than a little bemusement at what's in front of him.
He sees what see in Elvis. But can't see that he's playing him for his own gain. Unfortunately, the pacing and editing falters during the final act, with Schilling's personal dilemma of getting home to his girlfriend breaking the meeting up at one point.
Whilst Evan Peters and Johnny Knoxville's Dwight Chapin and Sonny West, respectively, linger in thankless roles. What's also noticeable is a lack of Elvis's music in the film's soundtrack, which is quite good regardless.
Although Ed Shearmur's score is transparent and obtrusive at times. It's about a quest to find something fulfilling in his life. Which is expressed with profound sincerity in the way Michael Shannon plays Elvis.
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Sumner Stephen H. Flush with more money than anyone could ever need, Presley spent lavishly, including on Christmas presents for his family.
Angry at the scolding, he flew to Washington, D. Then it was back to Washington a day later, with Schilling in tow.
Presley was also carrying some of his beloved police badges and guns — flying was different back then — and had decided that he wanted to add one from the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs to his collection.
It was through his handiwork and persuasion campaign that the meeting wound up actually happening. Richard Nixon and Elvis Presley's famous photo.
When he showed up at the White House, Presley was toting a special engraved Colt. Kough noted that the meeting was somewhat overwhelming for the rock star.
Presley was able to make his request for a narc badge and Nixon quickly granted his wish. He liked to patrol the streets of Memphis and pop a blue siren on top of his car to speed toward accidents to offer his help.