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Girls - Season 2 [Blu-ray]  [Region Free]
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All ten episodes from the second season of the Golden Globe-winning HBO comedy drama following a group of 20-something women in New York. The show's creator Lena Dunham stars as Hannah, a struggling writer living in Brooklyn who finds herself broke when her parents decide to cut off their financial support. As she attempts to deal with the trials of life including problems at work and in her relationship with Adam (Adam Driver), her friends Marnie (Allison Williams), Jessa (Jemima Kirke) and Shoshanna (Zosia Mamet) each battle with their own issues. In this series, Hannah finally gets a chance to progress with her writing but finds the stress of the situation brings back the Obsessive Compulsive Disorder she had as a teenager. Elsewhere, Marnie loses her job and decides to pursue her passion for singing; the recently wed Jessa finds that her marriage is already in trouble and tries to reconnect with her father; and Shoshanna's relationship with Ray (Alex Karpovsky) continues to develop. The episodes are: 'It's About Time', 'I Get Ideas', 'Bad Friend', 'It's a Shame About Ray', 'One Man's Trash', 'Boys', 'Video Games', 'It's Back', 'On All Fours' and 'Together'.
Following the urban adventures of a group of 20-something women, the series focuses on Hannah Horvath (Dunham) and her complicated web of NYC friends, ex-friends, boyfriends, and ex-boyfriends. This season, Hannah forges ahead in her writing pursuits and begins seeing someone new, but her enthusiasm is tempered by the responsibility she feels her now-ex Adam (Adam Driver), convalescing after his Season 1 finale accident. Let down by works and still lonely after calling things off with Charlie, Marnie (Allison Williams) needs her best friend and former roommate more than ever, but lingering awkwardness – and some surprising turns – only drive a wedge further between the pair. Meanwhile, still-married Jessa (Jemima Kirke) returns from her honeymoon in Mexico, supplying Hannah with new, wild ideas. Shoshanna (Zosia Mamet) takes charge of her new identity as a sexually active woman – and copes with the emotions that come along with it – as Ray (Alex Karpovsky) has an out-of-sight, out-of-mind attitude towards their relationship. The girls have their ups and downs, but the show's raw poignancy and fresh humor remain consistent. And Season 2 of Girls is as addictive as ever.
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My initial disappointment with the first couple of episodes was quickly overturned as the season progressed, I was hooked. The show continues to be edgy, smart, funny, quite unique, different and a bit (sometimes more than a bit) awkward (and this comes with the season when we barely see Hannah naked!). There are a few story lines that go through the season, from Shoshanna's relationship with Ray to Hannah's OCD (brilliantly done! If you ever had even a mild form of OCD, you will appreciate and recognise the motions Hannah goes through.). Each episode is its own story, and each chapter is one brilliant sitcom in its own right. Overall the show was very much enjoyed by me.
I loved all of the characters, from narcissistic and aloof Jenna to uptight Marnie (also quite narcissistic and manipulative, it turns out!), and curious, honest, with a wry sense of humour, phenomenal (and embracing it) Hannah, and, of course, Shoshanna, who, it seems, is the only lead female character who has her life together (i.e. she goes to college, she is able to communicate her needs and desires to her fellow characters and has a moral barometer that is working!).
Time flew by! (And I appreciated less than half an hour episodes - you can watch a few and still have an evening left!) Yes, when I think about this I admit there is not a lot of philosophising going on, and I appreciate a lot of people may think there is no substance to the series, no glowing idea behind "Girls". But I tend to disagree. And in any case, I think the series is a great way to banish the boredom and cringe at the mistakes made by someone else, rather than you.
I cannot wait to get my hands on the Third Season so I can watch it all in one weekend!
Like life imitating art, the writing just doesn't come together. Every one of the main characters becomes annoying and whiney, and you have no sympathy or support for any of them, with the exception of Charlie, played by Christopher Abbot. The fact that this actor has left the show abruptly at pre-production of S3 (he was unhappy with the direction the show was taking), speaks VOLUMES on how trite this season is compared to season 1.
Each episode seems like improvisation and there is only a loose thread of a storyline throughout, making each episode almost standalone, with cameos from people who are complete caricatures delivery nothing but cheesy lines.
I really hope S3 resembles S1 more, as I would drop this show if S2 is the new vein. It is borderline depressing and really has no message any more.
2 stars for the guys who are probably the most watchable.
Incidentally, after Christopher Abbots departure, Lena has said the show does not need the guys to make it work. Oh dear.......
Fans of Sex & The City and teen dramas would enjoy. Saying that I'm 33 and loved it!
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Although it was arguably, the darkest season out of the current four, it mixed perfectly with the lighter moments of comedy gold