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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as Hannah Horvath
as Jessa Johansson
as Marnie Michaels
as Adam Sackler
as Shoshanna Shapiro
as Hannah's Mom, Loreen Horvath
as Hannah's Dad, Tad Horvath
as Tally Schifrin
as Powell Goldman
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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.
Girls is an exceptional piece of American art, as witty as The Women, richer in raunch than Portnoy's Complaint, charismatic like Sleater-Kinney.
Better, smarter and more honest than your average sitcom, but also perhaps focused on a rather narrow slice of the 20s universe.
Succeeds in making viewers uncomfortable while proferring a new (sharp, slightly bitter) flavor of introspective female comedy.
Audience Reviews for Girls: Season 1
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