"Tangerine" star Mya Taylor adjusted her glasses, flipped her long hair off a shoulder and took in the cracked linoleum floor and the picture-heavy menu at Donut Time in Hollywood.
Outside, the roar of morning traffic burst through the open doors, filling the compact space with the din of Santa Monica Boulevard, of the life Taylor used to live, before she became a transgender star with her own awards campaign.
"It looks different in here," she said blithely of the film's frequent setting to director Sean Baker. "Looks like they renovated."
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