The Yellow Handkerchief (2008) 1080p YIFY Movie

The Yellow Handkerchief (2008) 1080p

The Yellow Handkerchief is a movie starring William Hurt, Maria Bello, and Kristen Stewart. A road trip through Louisiana transforms three strangers who were originally brought together by their respective feelings of loneliness.

IMDB: 6.82 Likes

  • Genre: Drama | Romance
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.82G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 102
  • IMDB Rating: 6.8/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 37 / 26

The Synopsis for The Yellow Handkerchief (2008) 1080p

One lazy afternoon in a backwater Louisiana town, Martine takes a leap into an unfamiliar convertible. The driver, Gordy, an awkward young itinerant who eyed her in the diner earlier, isn't displeased to find this pretty sylph in his front seat. Soon they meet Brett, a laconic, humble man just released from prison. Martine isn't keen on going solo with Gordy, and now it's raining cats and dogs, so she invites Brett along, and the unlikely trio sets out, each person unsure of the destination. What ensues is a journey through the lush green byways of rural Louisiana and into the depths of these characters' souls.


The Director and Players for The Yellow Handkerchief (2008) 1080p

[Director]Udayan Prasad
[Role:]Eddie Redmayne
[Role:]Kristen Stewart
[Role:]Maria Bello
[Role:]William Hurt


The Reviews for The Yellow Handkerchief (2008) 1080p


The Yellow HandkerchiefReviewed byrpchristie-812-957946Vote: 10/10

Intriguing, often very suspenseful and mysterious, the story keeps us wondering and waiting for answers all the way through. The themes are loneliness and rejection/ fear of rejection.

Although I missed the significance of the foreshadowing right in the beginning when the main character showed grace and civility towards both his guards and fellow inmates as he was released from prison, in retrospect it was a well written screenplay.

The acting by all characters was excellent.

It was believable because of the extremely good character portrayal, the realistic settings in post-Katrina New Orleans area and cinematography that didn't try to sugar coat anything.

I'd never seen it before (2014) but it is now on my top ten list.

For once I could watch a movie without thinking "I'm going to have to shut this off". The story has a lot of power to make one think deeply and in the end we're left with resolutions but also with room to imagine our own continuation. Thank-you to it's creators, especially the cast!

pretentious mess.Reviewed byterryneal-35802Vote: 3/10

The apparent news from the in people in the industry was that no distributer wanted to buy this movie. Despite a respectable cast, The Yellow Handkerchief has sat on the shelf for nearly three years. The director, Udayan Prasad, is something of an unknown quantity (he does not have any "A list" films on his resume), and no major distributor was willing to take a chance on such a listless, dialogue-intensive motion picture. The Samuel Goldwyn Company paid a minimal amount for the rights, viewing this as a low-risk, high-reward endeavor. They will no doubt heavily promote Kristen Stewart's involvement, hoping to bilk Twilight fans into seeing this movie. There's little enough to appeal to them in The Yellow Handkerchief and almost nothing for anyone else.

Character, story driven gem.Reviewed bymdnobles19Vote: 8/10

I really enjoyed this movie! The performances were subtle, layered, charming and fascinating and I'm surprised this movie didn't get noticed during the awards season. The raw landscapes, isolated buildings and the retro car they make there journey to a fresh start all make a hauntingly beautiful setting. The movie has a quiet confidence, artistic and a involving, star crossed story that for the first half leaves you in suspense, it follows Brett Hanson played by William Hurt who was recently released after 6 years from prison for manslaughter and hitches a ride to go back home to his wife with a young duo Martine and Gordy played Kristen Stewart in another great indie performance and she was stunning in this movie, Eddie Redmayne plays an awkward oddball but in a touching way and Maria Bello who isn't seen as much plays the wife May was excellent as always and man is she sexy. It just has a great story told in a real, beautiful way and is very relatable that makes it even more effective topped off with a very satisfying and touching ending that makes this an almost flawless indie. Highly recommended! More of a 4.5 out of 5 stars.

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