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The Yellow Handkerchief

Rated PG-13 for sexual content, some violence, language and thematic elements.

PG-13 102min.
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A band of outsiders takes to the highways in this touching independent drama. Brett (William Hurt) is a petty criminal who is eager to turn his life around after spending six years in jail. Read More
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Motel Owner
Male Doctor
Female Nurse
Pregnant Woman/Warden Genaro
January 07, 2011
I thought this movie had a lot of heart. I shed some tears at the end.
April 10, 2010
The above first review is completely misleading, and as a result , I - (1) almost didn't want to see the movie, and (2) while viewing this movie kept anticipating a different reaction from William Hurt.. His role was not that of a sexual predator and this was not a DARK or sick movie. A little slow at times, but in the end very heart warming.
March 15, 2010
SPOILER ALERT: This film is well acted, but seems to say, "Hey, society,we're too hard on sexually aggressive, repressed,older male ex-con strangers with anger management issues; they're actually nice, trust-worthy folk. Vulnerable boys and girls, don't be afraid to let them into your hotel rooms, cars, and lives; feel free to act out your adolescent fantasies with them. Plus, male sexual
March 12, 2010
Nice slice of life story about love and trust. I really enjoyed this film and the acting. A very believable and sweet story.
February 21, 2010
ithis looks ggooooddddddd

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