While a student at Oberlin College, Dunham produced several independent short films and uploaded them to You Tube.Many of her early films dealt with themes of sexual enlightenment and were produced in a mumblecore filmmaking style.MURPHY: Was it in a show-off kind of way, or was he being generous? She was down to earth and content with what she’d always had, not the least of it her close Italian-American family, where Sunday dinner at her parents’ was don’t miss. MURPHY: (Voiceover) And of course the sun and moon of her life, two-year-old daughter Lena and four-year-old son Armand. (Voiceover) She would just pinch their cheek and say, ‘I can’t believe I got these beautiful kids. TARA TAMSEN: I saw a black car cross over center and go back into the lane and hit a car. If she’s—no matter how bad she’s, you know, broken up, we’ll take care of her, you know.(Photos of Rosie and children; photo of Di Puccio family; Gee Gee and Rocco at head of dinner table) Ms. (Video of Rosie, Lena, Armand) MURPHY: (Voiceover) Was she happy to be a mother? I just love them.’ Her eyes lit up when she looked at her babies. But just please let her live, God.’ MURPHY: (Voiceover) In the ER, the doctors working frantically on Rosie almost an hour now allowed her husband, Yaz, an emergency room doctor himself, to observe.Rosie’s brother would be the one to deliver the bad news to his parents.Cooper Barrett, along with his friends/roommates Barry and Neal, is figuring out his life beyond hedonistic behavior.On Reallifecam website, you can watch for free only few cameras, and the rest of them are locked and you need to buy premium account for that, but NO MORE!
"I didn't want you to Google me and the first thing you see is a debate about whether my breasts are misshapen." In 2009, Dunham created the Index Magazine web series, Delusional Downtown Divas, which satirized the New York City art scene. Gurland's semi-autobiographical series begins its second season Thursday at p.m.PT, and it's still managing that tricky balance of the salty and sweet aspects of its central couple, Russ (Nat Faxon) and Lina (Judy Greer).Nat is someone who I was introduced to through my managers, and the second we sat down together I was like, "Oh my God, this is the perfect guy." That one was a little harder for me, just because ... Especially last year, when we had six weeks to get up and running and I needed all the help I could get. Did you just want to shake up the story a little bit?writing something so autobiographical, it was a little harder to find the person to hand it off to who had enough of an intersection with me but who I could see also making it their own. But Nat has taken the position of actor only on this show. I don't want, from season to season, for them always to be in the same exact place.