Concise Review: Tangerine (2015)


Tangerine is a vibrant picture that in its every frame imbues creativity, and sheer humanism. Additionally, it is a striking example of new form giving rise to the one of the appeals of cinema, which is experiencing a unique time and place, which is fundamentally different from our own. The film was shot with the use of many IPhone 5s devices. Despite this fact, Tinsel Town comes to radiant and stunning life with breathtaking tracking shots, which makes one feel like that they are bystanders watching the characters. Finally, the film has a natural state of being about its trans-gendered individuals, which adds to the authenticity of the picture. It does not feel the need to rationalise nor moralise their gender preferences.

About Sartaj Govind Singh

Notes from a distant observer: “Sartaj is a very eccentric fellow with a penchant for hats. He likes watching films and writes about them in great analytical detail. He has an MA degree in Philosophy and has been known to wear Mickey Mouse ears on his birthday.”
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