Girls; being critically acclaimed and buzzed at Golden Globes for its originality, is a passion project of the creator and the protagonist, Lena Dunham whose creativity and genuine soul is what keeps this character driven series flow frictionless. The series is shot beautifully and the camera work is utterly pleasing which helps seek attention of the viewers. The writing is strong, witty and brutally honest sometimes, which can be inedible for viewers especially for it resonates eerily with reality that we all reside in. The characters or even the actors aren't given priority especially not at the compromise of the story-line which is what makes it different from one's usual sitcom. Addition to that, the series can afford and does offer a wider range where each notes connects and hits to the audience; from humor to intense drama. It is rich on technical aspects like sound department, costume design and editing. It is no short on execution as it communicates with the viewers and offers a palpable environment, that is cozy, raw, bold and uneven, in short an apt depiction of the current generation's social life.
The season is more complex than one's usual plot tracks as it basically offers enough space and range to each individual characters to factor in which then later on is culminated into one act that is exhilarating for obvious reasons but addition to that is also thought-provoking and driven by the writers and not left upon execution unlike any other season.
Tad & Loreen & Avi & Shanaz
It is one of those episodes that comes every season where the side characters are focused and moved along the primary plot accordingly which may be an essential part of the story-line but is certainly up to its usual mark.
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