A Boy Named Bellamy dives deeper into the psychological trauma of loss. Isaac and his mother Evelyn Bellamy spend most of their time in the deep woods growing emotionally connected to one another. His world gets turned upside down when he learns that her body was found in the fort that they had built together shortly before vanishing into the woods. This leads Isaac to a social breakdown of anomie and odd blackouts. The next day he encounters a school bully taking advantage of the only remains of his mother – a stuffed rabbit. He then finds himself running into the woods where he visits her and ultimately meets his devastating fate.