The Last Elvis

Synopsis: A tragic accident causes an Elvis impersonator to reassess his priorities.
Genre: Drama, Music
Director(s): Armando Bo
Production: Unknown
  14 wins & 9 nominations.
91 min

Here. Keep these.

- They'll be worth millions.

- What?

Where are you going?

He spoke in English.

Did you hear that?

Can you give me the eyeliner?

This one is OK, it works.

- Spray? You have some?

- No, I have mousse.

It works for you?

It's really cold in here.

Yeah, I'm shivering.

How many people came?

Not much.

But they usually come late.

Have you ever felt that

you've done everything,

that you've reached

your goals?


Still, I got a promotion

at the supermarket.

I don't think you're good for her,


Lisa needs somebody who talks

to her, who understands her.

- Not your silly songs.

- What do you mean silly songs?

Wait. Listen to me.

A friend at work got me a lawyer

and I'm asking for custody.

It'll all be easier.

You can visit her for Christmas

and birthdays and stuff.

I think it's best for Lisa.

We can't take this anymore.

I'm fed up.

Good. Watch the chorus,

the song has to be perfect.

- This show is very important.

- Hello. Just a moment.

It has to be like the last one.

I want to sing Unchained Melody.

- Elvis.

- Not now, I'm rehearsing.

It's for you.

They say it's important.



I'm looking for my wife

and daughter.

Excuse me, excuse me!

My wife and daughter had an accident.

They told me to come here.

Name and surname?

Alejandra Olemberg,

Lisa Marie Gutierrez.

No, I can't.

I said no!

I can't play.

Who's with Alejandra Olemberg?

Your wife had an accident.

She suffered cranial trauma

and she's unconscious.

We're running a brain scan to

see if there is any damage.

- Are you sure it's my wife?

- Alejandra Olemberg.

And my daughter?

The girl is fine.

Doctors are assessing her condition

in the emergency ward.

- Where's that?

- Down the hall.

She is ready.


...shall we go?

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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