The Yellow Handkerchief

The Yellow Handkerchief

Set in the present-day southern United States, The Yellow Handkerchief stars William Hurt as Brett Hanson, an ex-convict who embarks on a road trip. Hanson hitches a ride with two troubled teens, Martine (Kristen Stewart) and Gordy (Eddie Redmayne) traversing post-Hurricane Katrina Louisiana in an attempt to reach his ex-wife and long-lost love, May (Maria Bello). Along the way, the three reflect on their existence, struggle for acceptance, and find their way not only through Louisiana, but through life.

A road trip through Louisiana transforms three strangers who were originally brought together by their respective feelings of loneliness. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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The Yellow Handkerchief torrent reviews

Allan F (br) wrote: After Earth is another disappointment from M. Night Shyamalan. The idea of Jaden and Will Smith working together is great, but the way they were being used was stupid. Great score from James Newton Howard but didn't fit in the sequences. Great ideas but a boring, stupid movie.

Tim M (ru) wrote: Good documentary. Would have liked to hear from members of Gogoroth and 1349, but I can imagine it is difficult to get black metal musicians on record. It's decent enough with the few guys that are in it.

ShinyHappyPurple (mx) wrote: Kane Hodder was too hefty for the role of Ed.Movie could of been better.Plus it's weird for me to see him without a hockey mask onas I only know him as Jason from the Friday the 13th series.

Cody L (it) wrote: prefer this one over the first. more fun and more action.

Michael K (es) wrote: Interesting but definitely lacking something to make it any more than pretty good.

Zach M (us) wrote: Such a perfect film. Really gives the best possible portrayal of the grittiness of the '50s jazz scene in Paris but does so in a way that was able to engage audiences from 30 years after the fact right up until today.

Thomas P (it) wrote: Sophisticated, Intelligent script builds mystery and suspense well & makes ecological implications about urban decay - nothing new here, but very well played.The sparse dialogue and the low-key interactions may prevent connection to the characters.The horror and the mystery elements create the interest. Overall, it's a solid effort, and worth a look.

Dale Ann T (it) wrote: to fall in love again

Immaculate E (mx) wrote: A film by Seijun Suzuki about the hopelessness and chaotic time of post-war Japan.

Senor C (kr) wrote: Foxes feels like a dirty after school special. Although hardly a classic it's probably the best female teenage angst flix out there that greatly benefits from having a solid cast involved..yes even Scott Baio. Fans of the late 70s should check it out from The Runaways Cherie Currie alone. As the most fucked up of the four girls she is the stand out just on sheer presence alone. She just has such a natural charisma that works so well w/ Jodie Foster's natural acting talent. Even though it's the girls (& the other teenage cast involved) show the adult cast is strong. Sally Kellerman has always been underrated & her mother/daughter relationship w/ Foster is fantastic. Randy Quaid was once a great actor before he was forever to be type cast as Cousin Eddie in Vacation movies. A little too melodramatic @ times to rank up there w/ something like Over The Edge it does have it's place & if I had a teenage daughter I would make her watch it..& then lock her in her room until she was 21

Jacob D (kr) wrote: Not Mel Brook's best film or funniest but still a comedy classic.