Tracy (Lola Kirke) is in her first semester of Barnard and feels like she’s at a party where she doesn’t know anyone. Her mother is getting married soon and tells her to call her fiancé’s daughter, who also lives in the city. Brooke (Greta Gerwig) is someone who Tracy is in awe of. I’m not really doing this movie justice. Gerwig wrote it with Baumbach, and near all the characters are fabulously attractive and authentic. The feelings the movie identifies are rare, not for the viewer, but to see on a screen. Like a car voyage, you wish it wouldn’t end.