Back after a featured run in NWFF’s American.Film.Week., Sun Don’t Shine is the sly, sharp neo-noir written and directed by Amy Seimetz (if the name sounds familiar, she’s the star of Megan Griffiths’s The Off Hours). Coming on like a mumblecore Blood Simple, Sun Don’t Shine follows two seemingly decent people in central Florida as they struggle to contain a shared evil deed. The film is slow and obstinately elliptical, but its creeping sense of guilt and complicity will steadily rope you in. (Grand Illusion, 1403 NE 50th St, grandillusioncinema.org, 5, 7, and 9 pm, $8, April 26–May 2)

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