Every brace of years, the movies bung up a fresh wunderkind — some ablaze Visual Studies toddler who sells his grandma and maxes out his acclaim cards to accomplish a cine that changes everything, at atomic for a few months. Sometimes these filmmakers are never heard from again. (Jonathan Caouette of “Tarnation,’’ area are you?) Sometimes the cine is “Pi’’ and they about-face out to be Darren Aronofsky.
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TINY FURNITURE Written and directed by: Lena Dunham
Starring: Lena Dunham, Laurie Simmons, Grace Dunham, Jemima Kirke, Alex Karpovsky
At: Kendall Square
Running time: 98 minutes
Unrated (as R: language, nudity, sex, drugs, smoking, bad conceptual art)
Lena Dunham is this week’s archetypal — conceivably you’ve heard? — and her cine is “Tiny Furniture,’’ which she fabricated for $50,000 and which stars her mother as her mother, her sister as her sister, her ancestors attic as her ancestors loft, and her post-college airy crisis as her post-college airy crisis.
Dunham has been accurately accepted for her assurance in accepting “Tiny Furniture’’ made, but the cine itself has been overpraised as a result. What it is is a appealing acceptable alpha — a assured aboriginal footfall abroad from the apple of conceptual YouTube videos to the beyond challenges of appearance interaction, long-form narrative, and the subtleties of acceptation they bring.
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