Elvis is a biopic that chronicles the life and career of singer and actor Elvis Presley, from his early days as a child to becoming a pop star and movie star, as well as his complex relationship with his manager Col. Tom Parker.
The film includes scenes depicting Elvis' increasing dependence on medication and paranoia, leading to the breakdown of his marriage. There are also references to segregation, civil unrest and racism.
There are references to the assassinations of public figures including Martin Luther King and Bobby Kennedy in news reports in addition to references to the murder of Sharon Tate and the events at Altamont. There are also scenes in which death threats are made against Elvis.
During a montage of Elvis' hectic life on tour he is seen in hotel rooms with a series of women, including a woman who lowers her bra strap as they climb into a bed.
The film includes a single use of the word “f**k” and uses of the words “bitch”, “ass”, and “shit”.
There are scenes in which Elvis abuses unnamed medications on which he has become dependant.
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