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Yellow
Nick Cassavetes directs his wife Heather Wahlquist in this unconventional portrait of a woman with a strong self-destructive streak. Mary (Wahlquist) is a substitute teacher, but isn't engaged with her life and allows herself elaborate flights of fancy. For example, when one of her co-workers begins giving her a hard time about her lesson plans, Mary imagines the exchange being sung like an opera. After banging a student's father on conference night, she is fired and heads home to confront a dark secret from her family's past. Yellow screened at the 2012 Toronto International Film… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"I overheard fellow critics describe Yellow as a vastly entertaining train wreck. Well, this is one train I'd like to be on - just give me a seat belt."
‑ Cameron Meier, Orlando Weekly
"It is Nick Cassavetes' most adventurous and fun-loving film, in its own sense of freedom reminiscent of his father, the late great John Cassavetes."
‑ Nikola Grozdanovic, The Playlist
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