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. The trio head out together, each motivated by his/her own reasons: Brett (William Hurt, A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE) must decide whether he wants to return to the uncertainty of his life and his ex-wife May (Maria Bello, WORLD TRADE CENTER) for whom he longs, Martine (Kristen Stewart, TWILIGHT: NEW MOON) yearns to escape her family, and Gordy (Eddie Redmayne, ELIZABETH: THE GOLDEN AGE) hopes to get close to Martine.
A deeply humanistic and emotionally rich film, THE YELLOW HANDKERCHIEF is directed by Udayan Prasad, produced by six-time Academy Award winner Arthur Cohn, and is loosely based on a short story by renowned writer Pete Hamill.
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