Tiny Furniture
When twenty-something film theory major Aura (Lena Dunham) returns home after college to live with her artist mother in TriBeCa, she confronts a long list of personal and professional failures and wonders whether her dismal past will become her future. It's an early midlife crisis for sure, but there's hope on the horizon if Aura can figure out who she is and what she's really meant to do. Dunham also wrote and directed this wry comedy.

Scott Hardie: “It ruled.”

This slice-of-life portrait of today's lollygagging whippersnappers is as witty and perceptive as its reputation. I haven't seen Girls but I can imagine how Lena Dunham's style would translate well to a television series. I liked its shapelessness and dullness, but I can see why other people didn't.

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