The film that kickstarted the DIY revolution known as “Mumblecore,” Andrew Bujalski’s wry portrait of twentysomething aimlessness and ennui is the prototype for the lo-fi audiovisual style and realer-than-real life naturalism that would define the movement. The story—as much as you can call it one—follows recent grad Marnie as she drifts through a post-college daze of temp jobs, lame parties, and fumbling flirtations, all the while grappling with a sincere but undefined desire to achieve…something. Capturing the awkward social rituals of everyday life with an astutely observed realism, Funny Ha Ha pointed the way toward a new wave of American indie cinema radical in its small-scale ambition.
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