(2015-2017) Girls

The Washington Post Sunday - - ARTS & STYLE -

Han­nah’s two-bed­room apart­ment seems per­fect for a strug­gling mil­len­nial. How­ever, her lack of funds pushes “strug­gling” to a new ex­treme. Work­ing as a free­lance writer, she notes that she will make less than $24,000 a year. That salary would barely cover monthly rent, let alone the needs of a soon-to-be sin­gle mother, which is part of the rea­son she moves up­state. To af­ford her Brook­lyn pad, Han­nah would need to lit­er­ally be­come the voice of her gen­er­a­tion. Or a voice of a gen­er­a­tion.

Lo­ca­tion: Green­point, Brook­lyn (In­dia Street) Char­ac­ter: Han­nah Hor­vath Room­mates: At dif­fer­ent points — Marnie Michaels, Adam Sack­ler and Eli­jah Krantz Jobs: Un­em­ployed, barista, GQ writer, teacher, free­lance jour­nal­ist Show’s claimed cost: Rent not spec­i­fied Es­ti­mated real-life cost: $2,200 to $3,000 per month for a two-bed­room


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