Tiny Furniture

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IFC Films Released 2010

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Director:
Lena Dahlman
Released:
2010
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Tiny Furniture begins when twenty-something film theory major Aura (Lena Dunham) returns home after college to live with her artist mother in TriBeCa, and then 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.

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  • 70

    The New York Times Manohla Dargis

    Tiny Furniture is at times more pleasurable to think about than it is to watch, more of a conceptual coup than an enjoyable experience.

  • 70

    Los Angeles Times Betsy Sharkey

    What the film does well is capture the confusion of the identity abyss of twentysomethings of a certain social class.

  • 70

    Variety Joe Leydon

    What it doesn't have, to its credit, is a neat conclusion. In the end, the film appears to suggest that Aura likely will feel free to keep searching for herself, repeating mistakes...

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    Comedy, Drama

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    Independent, buddies and gal pals, artsy, dramedy, jumping back into the dating world