Refocus #11 - Amy Seimetz's SUN DON'T SHINE (Canadian Premiere)
SUN DON'T SHINE
Amy Seimetz | 78 min | 2012 | USA
Road movie? Thriller? Love story? Psycho-drama? Amy Seimetz's SUN DON'T SHINE is all of those things at once, and like all films we screen at Refocus, not to be missed (Yeah, I said it!).
Kate Lyn Sheil and Kentucker Audley play lovers in a beat up car who're on the run from something. What that something is becomes clear as their road trip through Florida progresses/falls apart along with their relationship.
"(SUN DON'T SHINE) is a dreamy, watercolor wisp of a film, a sort of hazy, scattered approach to the traditional murder mystery." - , Katie Walsh, Indiewire
"An understated take on the classic Bonnie and Clyde trope with a mumblecore vibe, Seimetz’s film centers on two runaway losers who need to get somewhere far from home – and fast." - Kate Erbland, Film School Rejects
As always, Refocus screenings are free in return for your spreading the word about the films and Refocus. We've got our next three screenings booked, they're all fantastic, and we really hope that there's a significant increase in blog posts, tweets, attendance, etc. over the coming months.