Sun Don't Shine
Directed by Amy Seimetz
A young couple takes a tense and mysterious road trip through the hauntingly beautiful landscape of central Florida. The purpose of their journey is unclear, and the motivations behind their heated altercations and shady errands are hazy, but sporadic moments of tenderness illuminate the loving bond between the two that exists underneath their overt tensions. As the couple travels past an endless panorama of mangrove fields, trailer parks and cookie-cutter housing developments, the disturbing details of their excursion gradually begin to emerge, revealing Crystal’s sinister past and the couple’s troubling future.
A young couple takes a tense and mysterious road trip through the hauntingly beautiful landscape of central Florida. The disturbing details of their excursion gradually begin to emerge, revealing Crystal’s sinister past and the couple’s troubling future.
Cast: Kate Lyne Sheil, Kentucker Audley, A.J. Bowen, Kit Gwin, Mark Reeb, Gergory G. Schmidt
Low budget thriller about an evil girl and the wimpiest man alive. Only in this country, today, would you find a guy who was that much of a pussy. Film was well intentioned but a good portion of the sound was garbled. I had no problem understanding the male lead, but the female really tended to mumble her lines throughout . So it wasn't a sound problem, it was actually an actress and director problem. Both should have known better to fix that during shooting and editing. Ending was also a little weird too. 2 stars for trying.
Very vapid movie-lethargic, poor “acting”. Jumbled throughout. Big Waste of Time! Would rate it minus stars, if possible!
Remarkable. I wondered by the end whether it had been inspired by one of America's great works of literature: Theodore Dreiser's "An American Tragedy."
a slow, lovely story about stupid love.
Beautiful film, I mean as far as pure aesthetics. I really liked the sort of psychedelic interlocking conversations and long drawn out scenes of the landscape in Florida.