The third film by Megan Griffiths—a rising star in Seattle’s filmmaking scene and a nominee for the 2012 Genius Award—doesn’t have one dull moment in it. From its first image (pure blackness) to its last image (a reflection on a pay phone), your attention is gripped by its nightmarish story: a Korean American teenager (Jamie Chung) is kidnapped and forced into sex slavery. Griffiths handles her harrowing story with the mastery of an old pro. She’s always thinking one or two steps ahead of your expectations. Nothing you saw in her previous feature, The Off Hours, will prepare you for this one. You must see Eden. (Egyptian Theatre, 805 E Pine St,, 9:15 pm, $11)