“The Yellow Handkerchief” Keeps Hope Alive for Quality Movies

I STRONGLY RECOMMEND IT.

“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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