The screenplay was written by Ed Whitmore and David Mackenzie.
Hallam Foe premiered at the Berlin Film Festival on 16 February 2007 and competed for the Golden Bear for Best Motion Picture. Hallam Foe is a teenage loner who lives on his father's large estate near Peebles. Hallam is convinced that his stepmother (Verity) is responsible for his mother's death by drowning two years earlier.
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There are hints, too, of Hitchcock's Vertigo in Hallam's quest to bring his mum back to life." And so begins a deeply suspect, Oedipal pursuit of his dead mother's doppelgänger, first as he peeps into Kate's flat from his clock-tower eyrie, then as he worms his way into her life and eventually her bed.Bell, the young star of Billy Elliot, brings an engaging emotional intensity to Hallam's character, as well as an impressive physical agility as he leaps over the vertiginous, windswept rooftops where he lives rough.Kate bears a striking resemblance to his late mother.He manages to persuade her to give him a job as a kitchen porter in the hotel.