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  • By David Hollingsworth
    January 18, 2012
    05:13 PM

    1) Lena Dunham's uncompromising, uncliched debut. 2) The ballsy, gutsy, and really funny view of modern life. 3) Lena Dunham herself.
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  • By Brandon Brown
    January 23, 2012
    01:36 PM

    Terrible film, but it's very kind of Criterion to give it such a nice treatment. Gotta pay the bills somehow.
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  • By supertzar101
    January 24, 2012
    04:58 PM

    been wanting to see this for a while now. awesome.
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  • By shim3
    February 15, 2012
    05:28 PM

    When I think of all the movies Criterion passed up on to release this film I become really sad. Can you guys please release My Own Private on blu-ray?
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  • By TheDirector
    February 15, 2012
    05:37 PM

    I'm happy this is being released. I watched it on Netflix last week and was pleasantly surprised. Of course, I'd rather have The Third Man back in print. My three reasons, nevertheless, are as follows: 1. the quirky sense of humour 2. Charlotte, Aura's best friend and a very attractive and funny woman 3. an interesting and promising directorial debut from a young filmmaker.
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  • By Rene M.
    April 16, 2012
    05:48 AM

    All this is fine, but if Criterion is starting a talent scouting thing, they should give it an dedicated collection that clearly defines its aims ...
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  • By Rafael A.
    May 05, 2012
    01:00 AM

    I'm just gonna say I liked it. Is that okay? I liked the direction, dialogue, and slice of life. There ya go.
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