Critic Consensus: Insightful and well-cast, Girls captures the experience of contemporary twentysomething womanhood with a bristling wit that's alternately hilarious and effectively squirm-inducing.
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A young woman and her three friends struggle to figure out what they want--from life, from men, from themselves--as they navigate through their post-collegiate years in NYC in Season 1 of this coming-of-age comedy series.
as Hannah Horvath
as Jessa Johansson
as Marnie Michaels
as Adam Sackler
as Shoshanna Shapiro
as Hannah's Dad, Tad Ho...
as Tally Schifrin
as Powell Goldman
as Hannah's Mom, Loreen...
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Instead of glitz, Girls finds humour in the seamier stuff: bad sex, bad bosses, abortions, STDs and, along the way, relationships and self-worth.
One of the things that impresses about Dunham, both the actress and the writer, is how hard she is on herself: There are no forgiving winks or charming bouts of rom-com clumsiness.
Certainly won't be for everybody, but thanks to its demo, setting and sensibility, it's already captured the attention of the New York Times intelligentsia, which in HBO terms qualifies as a victory all its own.
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