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Director Lena Dunham talks about filmmaking and autobiography in a new interview
New interview with writer-director Paul Schrader
Creative Nonfiction, Dunham's first feature film
Four short films by Dunham
PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by critic Phillip Lopate
None of the characters seem real in any sense: they all whine on screen -- there is not one sympathetic character.
While the first 20 minutes are really dry and almost boring enough to consider switching it over, Tiny Furniture ends up being not that bad of a film in the long run.
The problem is, I don't know if she's trying to make a statement about women not having perfect bodies or if she was just to lazy to get into shape for this movie.
Really enjoyed even though plot wise it doesn't seem like a lot happens. It makes a big statement regarding what it's like to be a 20-something woman today.Published 1 month ago by Lizjac
The ending just seems as though they ran out of film before the plot completes. That was disappointing. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Brad Smith
Tiny Furniture is a difficult film to rate. It follows the life of a fairly uninteresting and unattractive girl after she graduates from college. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Collin O'Donnell
This movie was intelligent, funny and true to life for anyone who is, or has someone at this stage in their life.Published 7 months ago by bright eyes
same cast as Girls, same plot line same story. Good thing I like Girls and Lena Dunham, tho I am tired of seeing her nekkid all the time. What is the point?Published 8 months ago by Sharon Emery
Girls is amazing! But this was pretentious s***. I hate to say it because I love lena dunham, but there was very little plot development, none of the characters were likable. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
The film is funny because it's so melodramatic, but it's presented in such a raw and unpredictable manner that, to me, it's not cheesy or self-indulgent. Read morePublished 8 months ago by June Fernan