A collaboration between boy De Palma, a fellow student, and their Sarah Lawrence professor, De Palms insists (believably enough) that he more or less directed, coordinated, and did most everything else on THE WEDDING PRESENT, a fascinating historical artifact elevated above mere curiosity status by virtue of its wild formal inventiveness and benevolent anarchist spirit. Somewhat dated but that's almost the point.
Similar shambolic style to 'Greetings', interesting that such cut-up montage editing is the work of a future master of the set piece. Harmless student film but also insufferable, trawling out all the usual sexism of marriage humour without any bite. Historical relic for the arrival of two pioneers of American cinema.