“Sun Choke” is an impressionistic mind-set piece about Janie and her strange past/ailment/condition. Getting it done, the film is an exotic wordy story included puzzling, erotic experiences that wear down Janie’s passionate safeguards. “Sun Choke” is not, in that sense, altogether more regrettable amid scenes where Irma or Janie unequivocally spell out their goals through descriptive exchange. These scenes might be generally baffling, however this film is around one character’s mental disentangling.
It’s about Janie’s steady acknowledgment of her own feebleness, and her battle to keep up control notwithstanding a tricky fear. You may think you recognize what Janie fears when her story starts: physical savagery, repeating recollections of a traumatic ambush, a children’s story like past including truant guardians and Irma’s unfeeling, over-defensive surrogate mother.