Patterns Trilogy + The Other Short Films, The
Jamie Travis' darkly ironic comedies have established him as filmmaker with a distinctive cinematic vision. With films having appeared at countless festivals since the 2003 debut of his award-winning short Why The Anderson Children Didn't Come To Dinner, director Jamie Travis - often compared to David Lynch, Todd Solondz and Wes Anderson - is a talented cinematic voice to keep your eye on. KimStim is proud to bring these critically acclaimed, yet criminally overlooked cinematic gems for the first time to DVD. This exciting set compiles five of his most talked about short films on one disc.
The Patterns Trilogy
A suspense thriller, a love story, a dreamscape and a musical extravaganza, The Patterns Trilogy presents, in three parts, the epic anti-romance of Michael and Pauline.
Why The Anderson Children Didn't Come To Dinner
The award-winning short film tells the "gloriously surreal" story of three seven year-olds to endure their mother's culinary abuses.
The Saddest Boy In The World
Friendlessness, suburban complacency and prescription drugs have conspired against young Timothy to make this his worst year yet. Musical Chairs and birthday cake can't save him now. At his ninth birthday party, Timothy prepares for a show-stopping suicide.