“The Yellow Handkerchief” Keeps Hope Alive for Quality Movies


“The Yellow Handkerchief” illustrates that good writing, good acting, good directing, and good cinematography make “small” movies often more than equal to the mega-budget, high-tech, dazzling special effects blockbusters.  “The Yellow Handkerchief” is low-budget, but high-powered. William Hurt is always good, but the rest of the excellent cast keep up with him. It’s playing at the Peachtree Art Theater.  If you like a really good slice-of-life movie about the power of love, you’ll love it.


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2 Responses to ““The Yellow Handkerchief” Keeps Hope Alive for Quality Movies”

  1. Richard Says:

    With a title like that, I’ll assume it’s about spring pollen season in the South. 🙂

  2. Carolyn Glover Says:

    Yes, I agree, one of the best movies I’ve seen all year. Three strangers, all lost souls, meet in a convenience store and take a road trip together through rural Louisiana with no destination in mind. Each learns from the others what love and life are really all about. Great journey film!

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