Lena Dunham Sticks It to Euphoria.
A post-feminist sex fantasy beats the competition.
Lena Dunham, who originated the six-season HBO series Girls, is not to be outdone by HBO’s rival soft-core hit Euphoria. Her new film, Sharp Stick, presents the curiosity and initiation of Sarah Jo (Kristine Froseth), a 26-year-old slowly adjusting to contemporary sexual life. It’s writer-director-actress Dunham’s comic response to Euphoria’s lurid melodrama — a critique of that show’s Zendaya-in-Pornland premise.
Sarah Jo’s young womanhood is stymied after…