10 September 2012 8:14 PM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Did My Sister's Keeper and The Notebook just take on sinister undertones? No, but Yellow, the latest film from Nick Cassavetes (the burly director of the aforementioned tearjerkers), features a sister and brother who previously had an intimate relationship and have found themselves struggling at the game of life. And Cassavetes obviously had something to think about when it came time to shoot the scene in which the sister (played by his ex-wife, Heather Wahlquist) visits her brother (Brendan Sexton III) in prison. "I have no experience with incest," Cassavetes, whose parents are Gena Rowlands and late filmmaker John Cassavetes, told The Wrap at the Toronto Film Festival. "We started »

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