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The Yellow Handkerchief with William Hurt, Maria Bello and Kristen Stewart has 6 new clips.

Samuel Goldwyn Films' "The Yellow Handkerchief" has new clips in it. The romantic drama stars William Hurt, Maria Bello, Kristen Stewart, Eddie Redmayne, Emmanuel Cohn, Nurith Cohn and Veronica Russell. Udayan Prasad helms from the writing by Pete Hamill and Erin Dignam based on the 1977 film by Yoji Yamada. The film was shot in Louisiana and is produced by Arthur Cohn. A love story at its core, The Yellow Handkerchief is about three strangers of two generations who embark on a road trip through post Katrina Louisiana. Along the way, relationships forge and change in a myriad of ways, leading to the possibility of second chances at life and love...
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The Yellow Handkerchief - Trailer for the film starring William Hurt, Maria Bellow and Kristen Stewart

See the trailer for Samuel Goldwyn Films' "The Yellow Handkerchief," starring William Hurt, Maria Bello, Kristen Stewart, Eddie Redmayne, Emmanuel Cohn, Nurith Cohn and Veronica Russell. The film opens in limited areas on February 12th. Udayan Prasad directs from the writing by Pete Hamill and Erin Dignam. A love story at its core, The Yellow Handkerchief is about three strangers of two generations who embark on a road trip through post Katrina Louisiana. Along the way, relationships forge and change in a myriad of ways, leading to the possibility of second chances at life and love...
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Good news Kristen Stewart fans, 'The Yellow Handkerchief' is a go for distribution (video)

Many Kristen Stewart fans know that one of her films from 2008, The Yellow Handkerchief, has been a sort of mystery for the past few months. Starring Stewart, William Hurt, Maria Bello, Eddie Redmayne, and Emmanuel Cohn, this film is one that many have wanted to see for a while. According to one of my colleagues, It seemed that The Yellow Handkerchief, director Udayan Prasad's indie road flick set and shot throughout the Louisiana countryside, was dead in the water. After debuting in early 2008 at Sundance to lukewarm reviews, the picture made the festival rounds. Despite starring Oscar-winner William Hurt, it failed to generate even a modest buzz and was passed on by studio after studio. A recent article by Variety, though, indicates that the film will indeed be making its way through the commercial marketplace. According to Variety, Samuel Goldwyn Films
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