When growing up, we usually and unknowingly abandon fragments of ourselves in order to reach the next stage of maturity. Liam Gavin‘s latest short film Jericho explores these nostalgic territories to remind us to never forget the parts of our lives that truly made us happy. The writer’s / director’s story revolves around a recently widowed husband who suddenly reunites with his two childhood toys. A solemn, humorous, warmhearted, and semi-creepy entry that certainly got my attention.

Watch the entire ~13 minute video embedded down below!

Jericho, 2012
Liam Gavin