Visually, "Tangerine," which was shot using an iPhone 5S, recalls recent subversive pop art music videos, like Kendrick Lamar's 'King Kunta' (shot in a higher-than-wider iPhone aspect ratio) and 'Alright,' or by way of the comedic abuse white girl Dinah endures and the movie's refusal to worry about white feelings, Rihanna's 'Bitch Better Have My Money' (fortunately, it lacks that video's glib nihilism). It is also "Broad City"-like in it that it too is an unflinching comedy about intense female companionship. It's breezy like a music video or sitcom, too. "Tangerine" hits the ground running. Don't listen close enough and you'll miss the inciting incident when in the first scene, over one donut, Alexanda accidentally reveals that Chester is cheating on Sin-Dee, which sends Sin-Dee on her odyssey.