Tiny Furniture—funny, current, gently surreal—had me in the first 10 minutes with this setup at a silly New York art party: "He can be kind of grumpy sometimes, but kind of in a cool way? He has this show on YouTube where he rides this rocking horse and talks to fake enemies." Saddled with a film degree and a drifting post-college malaise, Aura (writer/director/star Lena Dunham) has just moved home to New York City from Ohio and has no idea what the fuck to do with herself. Tiny Furniture is an observant portrait of those frustrating, entitled, complicated, unflattering moments when you suspect you could be everything but feel like nothing. (See Movie Times: thestranger.com/film)