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Hallam Foe

Hallam Foe
International title Hallam Foe
Country Reino Unido
Year 2007
Running time 96
Director David Mackenzie
Screenplay David Mackenzie, Ed Whitmore (basado en la novela de Peter Jinks)
Film Editing Colin Monie
Photography Giles Nuttgens
Music U.N.P.O.C., King Creosote, Sons And Daughters, Future Pilot, Franz Ferdinand, Hood, Junior Boys, James Yorkston and The Athletes, Cinema, Woodbine
Web site http://www.thefilmfactory.co.uk/hallamfoe
Producer Sigma Films
FilmCity Glasgow
Summertown Rd.
Glasgow - G51 2LY
Reino Unido
T. 44 141 445  04 00
E. zgberrie@aol.com
Distribution Company Independent
32 Tavistock Street
London WC2E 7PB
t. 44 20 7257 8734 
f. 44 20 7240 9029
E. SarahL@independentfilmcompany.com
Synopsis Hallam's mother has drowned and now another woman has taken her place. Her name is Verity, she is beautiful, exciting, and his stepmother and probably the one who killed former Mrs Foe. At least, that is what Hallam thinks, moreover, he is willing to prove it, so he takes to spying on her from behind his binoculars. And the more convinced Hallam is of Verity's wickedness, the more attracted he is to her. To escape that feeling, he moves to Edinburgh and meets a girl who works in a hotel and bears a striking resemblance to his dead mother. Hallam takes his binoculars again and watches over his new object of desire from a roof.
Director bio Born in Corbridge in Scotland in 1966, he is the brother of actor Alastair Mackenzie, who appeared in his first short film, California Sunshine(1997), and in his 2002 debut as a feature film director, The Last Great Wilderness. He acquired an international reputation with an existentialist sex‘n'crime drama entitled Young Adam. Based on a novel by Alexander Trocchi, this feature received the Michael Powell Award for Best British Film in Edinburgh in 2003, as well as a BAFTA Scotland prize. In 2005 his feature Asylum was selected by Berlin Film Festival.