Director Nick Cassavetes has had a unique film career. He's made The Notebook. He's made Alpha Dog. He does a little bit of everything. His latest, Yellow, is a willfully experimental, almost antagonistic film about a woman who's losing her mind. Well, maybe she's losing her mind -- it's not always clear. The film annoyed me as much as any I've seen this year in Toronto, but eventually it won me over. I try to explain why over at Screen International.