Tiny Funiture -- Film Review
Lena Dunham’s "Tiny Furniture" recently picked up a couple of Gotham Independent Film Award nominations, both in “breakthrough” categories. Such noms demonstrate that indie filmmakers very much appreciate the commendable efforts of other indie filmmakers who manage to make do with whatever is immediately at hand.
The real question, though, is this: Does a film like Furniture exist to pick up noms or to reach an actual audiences? This film seems designed to speak to nominating committees only. In other words, how she made her movie is more impressive or at least unique than the actual story she chooses to tell.
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