• Unrated, 1 hr. 38 min.
  • Comedy
  • Directed By:
    Lena Dunham
    In Theaters:
    Nov 12, 2010 Limited
    On DVD:
    Feb 14, 2012
  • IFC

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Tiny Furniture Reviews

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Landon Palmer
Film School Rejects

As Aura is unable to see past the immediate moment, the plot is structured in a way that provides no foreseeable linear direction to an inevitable destination.

Full Review Source: Film School Rejects | Original Score: B

June 2, 2014
Chris Chang
Film Comment Magazine

an interpersonal chamber-piece that succeeds as well as it does thanks to the unabashed intimacy it has with its own diminutive subject matter. Call it a mumblecore mumblepiece.

Full Review Source: Film Comment Magazine

November 13, 2013
Charlie Lyne
Ultra Culture

Endearingly frank.

Full Review Source: Ultra Culture

April 29, 2012
Amber Wilkinson
Eye for Film

It is Dunham's fearlessness in showing Aura warts and all that becomes endearing.

Full Review Source: Eye for Film | Original Score: 3.5/5

April 3, 2012

Speaks to anyone 'waiting' for their opportunity in life, sardonically pointing out the obstacles in the way in a glib but na´ve manner.

Full Review Source: Real.com | Original Score: 4/5

March 31, 2012
Tara Brady
Irish Times

Dunham's satirical intentions can't quite compensate for the pain of spending almost 100 heartless minutes in the company of irredeemably unlikeable characters.

Full Review Source: Irish Times | Original Score: 3/5

March 30, 2012
Tim Robey
Daily Telegraph

It's best enjoyed, like Aura's life, as a work in progress, promisingly tangy and archly amusing.

Full Review Source: Daily Telegraph | Original Score: 3/5

March 30, 2012
Mark Adams
Daily Mirror [UK]

It's clever, funny and never smug as Dunham pokes fun at herself and the pseuds around her.

Full Review Source: Daily Mirror [UK]

March 30, 2012
Allan Hunter
Daily Express

Smartly observed and bitterly funny, the deadpan Tiny Furniture feels true to life for an entire generation struggling to find a job and make their mark on the world.

Full Review Source: Daily Express | Original Score: 4/5

March 30, 2012
David Parkinson
Radio Times

Lena Dunham demonstrates a keen eye for detail, a sharp ear for dialogue and a nice line in deadpan playing in this, her debut feature.

Full Review Source: Radio Times | Original Score: 4/5

March 29, 2012
Peter Bradshaw
Guardian

Dunham's critics are circling but this is well-written and funny.

Full Review Source: Guardian | Original Score: 4/5

March 29, 2012
Nigel Andrews
Financial Times

Dunham's on-screen mixture - essentially all the S's (sadness, structurelessness, serendipity) - is stirred so skilfully it makes recent indie cinema of extemporisation, from mumblecore to Miranda Otto, seem like am-dram.

Full Review Source: Financial Times | Original Score: 4/5

March 29, 2012
Emma Dibdin
Little White Lies

A painfully authentic anti-coming-of-ager.

Full Review Source: Little White Lies | Original Score: 4/5

March 29, 2012
Matthew Turner
ViewLondon

A superbly written character study with a terrific, vanity-free performance from Lena Dunham that makes us warm to her character even as we recognise her more obnoxious traits.

Full Review Source: ViewLondon | Original Score: 4/5

March 28, 2012
Matt Stanger
The Skinny

Tiny Furniture has been crafted in minute detail by a young filmmaker clearly bursting with ideas, quite the opposite of the film's main protagonist.

Full Review Source: The Skinny | Original Score: 3/5

March 27, 2012
Trevor Johnston
Time Out
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A deft self-portrait of someone who hasn't reached the point where they can take themselves seriously.

Full Review Source: Time Out | Original Score: 4/5

March 27, 2012
David Parkinson
Empire Magazine

Much-maligned it may be, but the so-called mumblecore movement continues to turn out gems.

Full Review Source: Empire Magazine | Original Score: 4/5

March 27, 2012
Hannah McGill
The List

It's got bags of baggy charm, and some brilliantly observed scenes.

Full Review Source: The List | Original Score: 3/5

March 23, 2012
Jamie Graham
Total Film

Playing like a mumblecore The Graduate set in the affected milieu of the Tribeca art crowd, Tiny Furniture announces Dunham as a talent to watch...

Full Review Source: Total Film | Original Score: 4/5

March 21, 2012
James Kendrick
Q Network Film Desk

succeeds admirably in its relatively scaled ambition to evoke the discomfort of a particular time in one's life while also jabbing playfully at the pretensions of the insular Soho art scene

Full Review Source: Q Network Film Desk | Original Score: 3/4

February 17, 2012
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