When you graduate college you easily sashay into the world of adulthood, start a career, and get serious, right? Wrong. Marnie has left college, but not her drinking habits and her bad taste in bad men. It would be sad if it weren’t so funny.
As refreshing now as on its debut, and just as awkwardly charming (or is that charmingly awkward?), in Funny Ha Ha “Mumblecore” pioneer Andrew Bujalski (Computer Chess) traces a young woman’s arrested development. A perceptive, hysterically laugh- and wince-inducing comedy about post-graduate drift.