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Institute of Contemporary Arts
Two women cross the street in LA, blue sky and palm trees in the back
Tangerine, dir. Sean Baker, USA 2015, 87 min., English, 15

‘Set on Christmas Eve in Los Angeles, Tangerine (2015) follows two trans sex workers in a plot of intrigue, jealousy, revenge, humor, survival and sisterhood. It tells the story of those who live public lives in a supremely privatised landscape, intensifying the ubiquitous California sunshine with a strange, artificial orange glow. Within another framework, the film might be considered an ultra-contemporary take on the Existential Western genre, wherein the central characters must not only survive but simultaneously confront their identities and beliefs within and in relation to their seemingly endless hostile environment.’
– Gray Wielebinski 

Screening as a part the exhibition The Red Sun is High, the Blue Low.

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