11 year-old Aaron plays a game of hide and seek in which his friend Tony is never found. The mystery of their relationship–and of their queer attachment to the armoire in Aaron’s bedroom–can only be revealed, it turns out, through hypnosis.
At once a comedy, a mystery and a melodrama, Jamie Travis’ The Armoire is the resounding finale to his Saddest Children in the World trilogy. –Official Site
Jamie Travis is a Toronto-based filmmaker who has written and directed award-winning short films, music videos and television commercials. He received international recognition for his two short film trilogies: The Patterns Trilogy and the Saddest Children in the World trilogy. His six shorts, all of which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, have drawn comparisons to filmmakers such as David Lynch, Todd Solondz, Peter Greenaway and Wes Anderson. Travis’ growing body of work has already earned numerous retrospective screenings at festivals and art galleries worldwide.
Travis has directed music videos for renowned Canadian indie artists Tegan and Sara and crafted characteristically stylish television commercials for prominent brands and organizations. –IMDb