Film Language Tag: reverse angle
The opposite angle from the one previously shown, preferably without violating the 180° rule. Often used when one shows the two sides of a conversation in alternating over-the-shoulder shots or when one shows a character enter a building from the outside then showing that same character passing through the doorway from the inside.
Emerald Haywood and Otis "OJ" Haywood Jr. introduce their family business on a film set, while explaining the needs and restrictions of the horse who will be in the scene. When the horse is spooked by a mirror, the wranglers are fired and the live horse is replaced by CGI.
After sharing a joint with Micah (Wyatt Cenac)'s couch, Jo (Tracey Heggins) and he discuss their contrasting notions of race, identity, and self-conception while he works on her bike. After tiring of the debate, Jo suggests they go out dancing; Micah volunteers to call a cab.
After Micah (Wyatt Cenac) brings her a drink, Jo (Tracey Heggins) pushes him to shower before climbing into bed. While he showers in the next room, she opens his laptop and peruses his social media history before going back to bed herself.
After an apparent one-night stand, Micah (Wyatt Cenac) and Jo (Tracey Heggins) quietly observe each other while getting ready to leave their host (John Thurgood)'s now largely empty loft apartment. The party host invites them to stay for breakfast on their way out but they leave anyway.