Tangerine finds its way through the streets of Los Angeles as it follows around former sex worker, Sin-Dee, who has been locked up for a month and finally has been released. The story centers around her journey to discover if the rumors of her boyfriend’s infidelity are true, and as she tries, the film explores the various subcultures present in L.A. The screening is put on by the Los Angeles Public Library as part of their “Made in L.A.” program, a cultural series that focuses on the diversity of the city. Other aspects of the series include comedians, concerts, and a series of short plays, but the screening of Tangerine includes a Q&A with the director himself, Sean Baker.
📅Sunday, April 24th