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New Stills From Kristen Stewart's 'The Yellow Handkerchief' Unveiled

November 25, 2009 (9:56 am) GMT
The new images give a look at the leading actress in the drama film which follows her road trip through the lush green byways of rural Louisiana with Eddie Redmayne and William Hurt.

People has got its hand on a couple of exclusive stills from indie film "". Debuted on Tuesday, November 24, one of the new images features 's Martine leaning her back against the frame of a window. The other image, meanwhile, captures her in a car along with two male characters.

"The Yellow Handkerchief" is about three strangers of two generations bound by loneliness who reach out to one another. Martine, her new ride Gordy, and recently free jailbird Brett Hanson embark on a journey through the lush green byways of rural Louisiana, each motivated by reasons of their own.

Martine yearns to escape her family, Gordy hopes to get closer to Martine and Brett must decide whether he wants to return to the uncertainty of the life and the woman he left behind, his ex-wife May. With all these twists, what sets out to be a common road trip turns into an exploration of the possibility of second chances.

Joining Kristen Stewart in the cast ensemble are who plays Gordy, and who takes the role of Brett. is in supporting role as Brett's ex-wife. Samuel Goldwyn Films will release this romantic drama in limited theaters across the U.S. on February 12, 2010.


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