Review of Daisy Jones & the Six: This 1970s rock 'n' roll drama can't be saved by even Elvis's grandchild

Daisy Jones & the Six, a best-seller by Taylor Jenkins Reid, is a masterfully restrained account 

It created a sharp psychological portrayal of each individual while capturing the glitz,

The connections between them all are much more amazing. Love, resentment, sexual and creative tension,

The band members are being interviewed for a documentary 20 years after they split up,

The outcome is a glitzy, ten-part Prime Video version that was created by James Ponsoldt

They have maintained the flair and glitz, and everyone and everything there continues to look stunning,