Girls. The Complete First Season

Girls. The Complete First Season

DVD - 2012
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From writer/director/actor Lena Dunham and comedy veteran Judd Apatow, this scripted half-hour series focuses on a group of 20-something women in New York and their adventures in post-collegiate floundering. Over the course of Season 1's ten episodes, the four girls try to figure out what they want from life, from boys, from themselves and each other.
Publisher: [New York] : Home Box Office, 2012.
ISBN: 9781622241293
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs (300 min.) :,sd., col. ;,12 cm.
Alternative Title: Girls. Season 1 [dvd]


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glass owl
Nov 23, 2017

a look into what has become of the new age girls in this modern age. Traditionally-minded people may feel frustrated with this shows direction. A worth while watch that may become a fovorite

Mar 18, 2017

A few clever moments early on - a bit more intelligent overall than its ancestor (Sex and the City). Still I found myself progressively losing interest as the first season went on until it became an effort to get through episode 10. It seemed that the characters actually became shallower and the story more cartoonish the longer it went on.

Oct 09, 2015

Too much vulgarity and drug use. Characters lack the intelligence to converse without a F bomb in every sentence.

AuntJane Jun 18, 2015

I really wanted to love this - but find it more like a train wreck you can't turn away from. I can't relate to the main character, I find and can't fathom why she does what she does. I enjoyed the stories of her friends and roommates and wished there was more of them, and less of Hannah.

May 21, 2015

Clever, sexy, sassy and sometimes brassy, Girls is an entertaining look at the friendships of four young women in New York. The plot revolves around how each of the four main characters have different personalities and are at times blessed with different assets and cursed by a variety of liabilities. Fun to watch but not flaky in the least.

jesking Apr 15, 2015

LOVE this show! It's like Sex and the City, only more realistic. The characters are flawed in relatable ways. It captures many aspects of a girl's life during this period that I haven't seen anywhere else. The unintentioned selfishness that can come out when you're lost. Hurting each other without meaning to. How hard we try to make things work when they don't and try our darnedest to not hurt anyone else and have it backfire. It's a great show.

Mar 18, 2015

I finally submitted to watching this after hearing about it from friends/social media and I am so glad I did! It focuses on a group of 4 friends living in NYC and interlaces their stories through the episodes. I'm sure it's been pointed out that this is similar to Sex and the City starring 20-somethings. Sure, it's silly and very juvenile at times, but there's something about it that I just adore. Lena Dunham is a brilliant writer/director. The ~30 minute duration is perfect for when I want to take a short break, though I typically can't resist watching more than one episode!

Be warned, there is quite a bit of nudity (mostly of Hannah, Lena Dunham's character) and I-can't-look embarrassing moments. Still, I'm half way through season 2 and wish it would never be over. If you're on the fence just give it a chance. You may find your next favorite show!

Mar 14, 2015

Too narcissistic,arrogant,linear,and self-absorbing for it's own good.This radically FEMINIST brainwash is screwing up too many females worldwide,making it extremely hard for them to get a husband.The creator of this show Lena Dunham claims that this show is a real portrayal of girls in their 20's in real life,yet this MK ULTRA program is infused with unrealistic situations and outcomes.The extreme promotion of Genetically Modified Organisms aka G.M.O.,is really pathetic also by the way,but the majority of people in real life are willing consumers and conformists to what they see and hear on Television no matter what literally.

Feb 15, 2015

Lena Dunham is VERY talented in several roles: actor, writer, director.

I'll be checking out season 2...

SkycycleX2 Dec 22, 2014

I resisted watching Girls because I doubted it could be as good as my friends suggested. I was pleasantly surprised and love it more than my friends expected. It's very real and truly funny with lovable, flawed characters. The cast is all excellent. How can Lena Dunham be so young yet so perceptive and talented? I'm impressed - and entertained.

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