I think the movie sounds interesting from the standpoint of it showing Elvis' deep need to find a deeper meaning to his life by studying various religions. I think that a flim about his last hours is inappropriate however, because except for a very small handful of people who were there, what happened should remain private. Elvis struggled hard to maintain his privacy, and attain a sense of normalcy that had long ago disappeared from him. I'm also concerned that any film made on his last hours might focus in too much on the prescription drug angle, and it wasn't drugs that killed him. I'm hoping other documentaries that are bound to be made in the wake of next year's 30th anniversary of his death, will be made from an unbiased approach. It's what Elvis, his family, and we the fans all deserve.