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Film review: Quietly haunting and eye-opening, ‘Priscilla’ challenges the Presleys’ legacy

This post was updated Nov. 5 at 7:36 p.m.
Sofia Coppola is taking viewers back to Graceland – but from an unprecedented angle.
Known for her intimate style and narratives illuminating women isolated at the hands of imposing men, Coppola tackles one of the most iconic – and detested – women in all of pop culture history in her latest feature film, “Priscilla.” A figure whose story is as intoxicating as it is alarming, Priscilla Presley’s life has only ever been depicted on screen as a B-plot to Elvis’ – until now.

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