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Armoire (The)

Country: Canada, Language: English, 22 mins

  • Director: Jamie Travis
  • Writer: Jamie Travis
  • Producer: Mark Montefiore

CGiii Comment

It's all in the detail..

In our eyes, Travis can do no wrong...a distinctive style, a provocative mind...and, really good with kids.


Watch...

The Armoire from Jamie Travis on Vimeo.

The(ir) Blurb...

Adolescents Aaron and Tony are playing a game of hide and seek in Aaron's house, Tony now the hider and Aaron the seeker. When Aaron can't find Tony, he gives up. Tony has apparently gone missing, which brings the authorities and news media in on the case. Ultimately Aaron is placed under hypnosis to see if he remembers anything significant about that day leading up to the game of hide and seek. As Aaron remembers backward from that game, he reminisces about an earlier incident in the armoire in his bedroom.

Cast & Characters

William Cuddy as Aaron;
Tammy Isbell as Gwen;
Penelope Corrin as Lea Martell;
David Keeley as Harry;
Dennis James as Detective Lee;
Maggie Huculak as Dr. Mendoza;
Lois McDonald as Mrs. Day;
Ricardo Hoyos as Tony;
Rebecca Auerbach as Ms. Penner;
Craig Brown as Deputy Smith

From the same director:

Saddest Boy in the World (The)