It’s Josie Botting’s big birthday and family, friends gather to celebrate. As a work-from-home dominatrix she’s lost the will to dominate and really isn’t in the mood to party. Her most loyal client Lionel is keen to mark the occasion and arranges for a special appearance from the ‘King’… well, Elvis impersonator Timothy Wong.
Her daughter Brenda-Marie with a wisdom beyond her years; Martha - Josie’s devout Irish cleaner who’s none the wiser about Josie’s ‘job’ and happy to keep it that way, make up the party but then an unexpected guest arrives that has the potential to upstage the King himself.
Heartfelt, poignant, and funny in equal measure, Martha, Josie and the Chinese Elvis captures the glimmer of promise and potential that lies in all of us - shining a spotlight on the opportunities that are out there, if only we choose to take them.
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