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When we see New York real estate on film, living situations usually err on the side of grossly unrealistic—think freelance writer Carrie Bradshaw’s apartment with walk-in closet on “Sex and the City,” or Monica Gellar’s massive two-bedroom in Greenwich Village on “Friends.” But while there are plenty of eye rolls to go around for said and similar programming, thankfully there are also several recent cinematic depictions that are much more relatable and representative of the city’s housing woes. Ahead we review and rank three major motion pictures—”Love Is Strange,” “Tiny Furniture,” and “5 Flights Up”—on our very own real estate and housing reality index.

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