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Exclusive: Trailer for Festival Favorite 'Hide Your Smiling Faces'

Indiewire By Melina Gills | Indiewire February 25, 2014 at 11:14AM

Premiering to enthusiastic reviews at last year's Tribeca Film Festival, writer-director Daniel Patrick Carbone's debut feature Hide Your Smiling Faces is finally coming to theaters on March 28th. This coming-of-age story has been described as a "dreamlike portrait of adolescence unfolding over one hot, hazy summer."
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Hide Your Smiling Faces

Premiering to enthusiastic reviews at the Berlin Film Festival (world premiere) and the Tribeca Film Festival (North American premiere), writer-director Daniel Patrick Carbone's debut feature "Hide Your Smiling Faces" is finally coming to theaters on March 28th. This coming-of-age story has been described as a "dreamlike portrait of adolescence unfolding over one hot, hazy summer." In his rave review, The Playlist's Rodrigo Perez writes that the film "skillfully articulates the inexpressible; the weird, beautiful struggle that is life."

The film stars mostly unknown actors, including the talented young newcomers Ryan Jones, Nathan Varnson, and Thomas Cruz, in addition to Christina Starbuck, Colm O'Leary, and Chris Kies. Watch the trailer below for what appears to be an eerie yet poetic drama of youth that has been compared to Terrence Malick's "Tree of Life."

The recent winner for Best New Director at the 36th Starz Denver Film Festival, "Hide Your Smiling Faces" will also be available on Video on Demand on March 25th.


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