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Comedy, USA, 1968, 88 min.

Synopsis Three young New Yorkers--Paul Shaw, Lloyd Clay, and Jon Rubin--try to cope with contemporary society. Paul, who is obsessed with sex, gets called for a preinduction Army physical and agrees with Jon and Lloyd that the best way to beat the draft is to pose as either a homosexual or a right-wing militant or both. Lloyd, who is obsessed with various theories discrediting the Warren Commission Report on the Kennedy assassination, spends his time tracing bullet trajectories on the naked bodies of accommodating girls. Jon, a peeping tom, goes around persuading young women to disrobe under conditions ideally suited to his fixation. Awaiting his draft call, Paul goes on a series of computer dates and then makes a stag movie. Lloyd takes a brief respite from his Warren Report investigation only to get shot down while boarding a Statue of Liberty ferryboat. Eventually, it is Jon who ends up in Vietnam. As he is being interviewed in a rice paddy by a newsman, he spots a female member of the Viet Cong and cuts the interview short in an attempt to persuade the girl to remove her clothing. Back in the United States, President Johnson appears on television, to assure Americans: "We've never had it so good."

Directed by Brian De Palma  

Starring Jonathan Warden, Robert De Niro, Gerrit Graham, Richard Hamilton, Megan McCormick, more...

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