With its witty dialogue and shameless moments, Tiny Furniture is the Lena Dunham hit before ‘Girls’.

The film paints a picture of post-grad family relations, as Aura (Dunham) constantly squabbles with her mother and finds herself in competition with her younger sister.

Smartly observed and bitterly funny, the deadpan ‘Tiny Furniture’ feels true to life for an entire generation struggling to find a job and make their mark on the world.