Tangerine

Tangerine
Tangerine

Year

2015

Duration

86 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

On Christmas Eve in Hollywood, Sin-Dee – a transgender street worker – is released from a short stint in prison. She meets up with confidante Alexandra, who accidentally lets slip that Sin-Dee’s boyfriend and pimp, Chester, has been cheating on her. Enraged by this revelation, Sin-Dee trawls the city to track down Chester and his lover. Meanwhile, Razmik, an Armenian cab driver, works all day to earn enough money to visit the girls. However, with his mother-in-law suspicious and with Chester proving elusive, this hilarious, frantic farce threatens to turn ugly. Shot exclusively on an iPhone, this is an extraordinary piece of filmmaking, with compassionate characters, which remains gorgeously visual.

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15 Classification

Strong language, sex, sex references, drug use.

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