While "Elvis - Adrenaline '70
" saw itself as Making Of "That's The Way It Is"" and was stylistically treated that way by the producers, there was a considerably bigger range in this new production.
So the creativity also had more range, but again original color elements, writings, logos and sound samples from 1971 were used to continue the ideology of the outfit. The first time you put the DVD into the player you will recognize after clicking through the interactive menu that it is a "sister" production.
Like with the "Behind The Image" series you recognize from the first second on where this production is from. Anyway, the producers can't act on the assumption that the viewer owns the first DVD or that he will buy it first. So you have to document Elvis's life story again diversified to lead the fan factually and thrillingly to the year 1971. You also have to consider that not only the interested Super8 fan buys the DVD but also a none-expert, a normal Elvis fan whom you have to offer enough knowledge in the documentary.