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Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: David MacKenzie
Running time: 96 mins
Released: 1st January 1970


About Hallam Foe

Hallam Foe is the fourth film from acclaimed British director David Mackenzie and is Jamie Bell's first lead role since Billy Elliot. Hallam Foe (Bell) is a confused and eccentric young man. Convinced that his stepmother murdered his mother, Foe flees to Edinburgh where he meets a woman who bears a close resemblance to his mother. Foe develops a strange and uncomfortable relationship with Kate (Sophia Myles) and their morbid, yet erotic encounters are enthralling. Hallam Foe is a coming of age film for Jamie Bell, and he interestingly portrays the complex mindset of a cocky yet undoubtedly strange young man, looking for love on the rooftops of Edinburgh. This film really comes alive during the scenes at the Caledonian Hotel and is a funny yet bizarre film.


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