Ah, youth! We can go on and on about the shallow hipsters that populate the films of Joe Swanberg et al, but at a certain point, perhaps while watching Lawrence Michael Levine’s wan, mildly aggravating Gabi on the Roof in July
, we oldsters just have to throw up our hands and say, “I don’t get it.”
Gabi on the Roof in July is set in contemporary Brooklyn -- Hipster Central -- amid artistic types, where Gabi (Sophia Takal) has come home from Oberlin for the summer to crash in her brother, Sam’s (Levine) apartment. It’s clear that Gabi is a free spirit with an artistic temperament because she takes her clothes off frequently -- often in the pres...