Cinema: Promising, Promising

The Amurrica that we are building would be a threatened nation if we let freedom and liberty dah in Veet Nom.

The speaker is President Johnson, sounding the keynote address for Greetings, an anti-Establishment comedy of draft-age youth. In search of form, the movie pretends to cover the adventures of three men marking time before they get their "Greetings" from the draft board. In fact, the flip sketches never cohere into a whole picture; Greetings' vitality and weakness are both due to its inability to concentrate on any subject for more than a moment....

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