just finished the fifth season of ‘Girls’, the series created by Lena Dunham for HBO. Here is an analysis of what we have seen so far.
It must be difficult to separate Lena Dunham of the character he plays in Girls , the href=”https://hipertextual.com/tag/hbo” was his third and triumphant attempt to create a television fiction. For all we know it, it is likely to Hannah Horvath have a lot of personality, and the series, their experiences. Because only what it conveys truth, albeit in a subtle range, must be taken as seriously as his renowned producer to Girls .
Just what it conveys truth must be taken as seriously as HBO ‘girls’
to say that it is “a series of girls’ only it reveals that one does not understand anything, nor find a valid reason that women’s role will only be of interest to women, a little clever idea and quite ridiculous. Girls is a series emotionally and sexually crude, funny and kooky, and it is no wonder they have compared to Dunham with Woody Allen, and not just verbiage one tad neurotic, clumsiness, hypochondria and some of his most important disorder neoyorkino character, but also by interest in radiografiar with certain lucidity romantic relationships youth
But Dunham has not been seen yet the puntillo of genius Allen; sometimes its twists and reactions of the characters are somewhat arbitrary, and gives the feeling that any state is short or that everything happens with unusual speed things. But this may be a result of what Dunham has built. A portrait of the emotional instability of young people who are basically lost in the circumstances of adulthood
Think in ‘girls’ as “a series of girls” is a completely ridiculous idea, not understand it at all
it seems unnecessary to differentiate few seasons of others, except to follow the narrative course, because the style the level and type of events that occur do not vary too far and stand as barriers between them, but midway through the second darkens. Multiple clashes of the characters have some dialogues a degree, the numerous sex scenes are always credible, the quirky humor can start laughing without laugh track and there are closures with a composition awake bright emotions, as precisely. the second season or the fifth, we just saw
There are some hilarious scenes, such as the pilot episode that parents of Hanna (Peter Scolari and Becky Ann Baker) discover what state they went to see his daughter, or one in which his grandmother says what he thinks about marriage in “Flo” (3×09); and great ideas as to gather the unpredictable Adam Sackler (ditto href=”https://hipertextual.com/analisis/star-wars-the-force-awakens” Driver) and misanthropic Ploshansky Ray (Alex Karpovsky) in “Boys” (2×06) and interact with the pair of characters who have, or one minute to the deranged Jasper (Richard E. Grant) with taquilálica Shoshanna Shapiro (Zosia Mamet). And Dunham and other writers such as Sarah Heyward, Jason Kim, Jennifer Konner or the popular Judd Apatow demonstrate how well they know their characters in episodes like” Beach House “(3×07).
‘Girls’ started laughing without laugh track and there are closures with a composition wake up bright emotions
No missing parts even slightly rare or special, as chapter Circular “One Man’s Trash” ( 2×05) or “the Panic in Central Park” (5×06) and escapism. And, how could it be otherwise, Girls also has painful moments, as happens in “Sit-In” (4×05), which is the point after confirmation at the end of the previous episode what smelled us during what was seasonal. However, it seems that Dunham absolutely refuses to href=”https://hipertextual.com/2016/03/cine-desgarrador” melodrama, and even in most of the most emotional and difficult scenes inserted minutiae of comic naturalness that deflates a bit and makes them more realistic and bearable.
On the other side, despite its occasional lack of control, is Adam who really knows shrewdly judging the other characters, and one when loose fists truths his big mouth remains quite comfortable. That’s why it can be considered the best character in the series, someone very different from each of the four protagonists, without the stiffness of Marnie Michaels (Allison Williams) nor cynical immaturity of Jessa Johansson (Jemima Kirke) Shoshanna or frivolity or, of course, Hannah intellectualism; He is intelligent and has an excellent emotional aim, although it is not always infallible.
The unpredictable Adam Sackler and misanthropic Ray Ploshansky are something like the conscience of the series
and Ray hardly go far behind in this, and in addition to his accurate judgments of other characters, it enjoys also when carried away by his anger and his misanthropy and throws the other indisputable words, or when does the same with absolute calm and tenderness of a reclusive disabused that is a little light in the dark ennui. And while others like Elijah Krantz (Andrew Rannells) not strike us as more than a stooge with little development, it seems that Adam and Ray are something like the conscience of the series.
Having concluded the fifth season, both will remain so at least for the sixth and final, which will be released in 2017. Later, Dunham will have to think if you really want and can become the female Woody Allen or retain their own voice and we, avid viewers, what other series we dedicate our hours without this ration of young neoyorkinas neurosis, which may not have more than one open end. For so is the lifetime until recently, a series of emotional ups and downs, with some truces, and sleepless diligence; and judging by what has shown us in Girls so far, Dunham knows very well.
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