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    Review: Meditative, Haunting And Very Beautiful 'Hide Your Smiling Faces'

    In a strangely beautiful and unnerving moment, "Hide Your Smiling Faces" opens up with an arresting visual: a close-up of a snake -- its mouth wrapped around a fish, slowly struggling to swallow it whole. It's disturbing, fascinating and the shot lingers with a sense of awe, curiosity and wonder. An...

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    My Life In 10 Movies: Daniel Carbone, The Director Of 'Hide Your Smiling Faces'

    While the technical accomplishments and formal influences on a director's work can be fascinating, sometimes the clearest understanding to their approach on cinema comes not from a checklist of inspirations, but a journey though their relationship with the medium. For example, knowing that Terrence ...

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

    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 ...

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    Tribeca Review: The Terrific 'Hide Your Smiling Faces' Is A Haunting Look At Adolescence

    In a strangely beautiful and unnerving moment, "Hide Your Smiling Faces" opens up with an arresting visual: a close-up of a snake -- its mouth wrapped around a fish, slowly struggling to swallow it whole. It's disturbing, fascinating and the shot lingers with a sense of awe, curiosity and wonder. An...

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    Meet the 2013 Tribeca Filmmakers #3: Daniel Patrick Carbone Explores the Challenges of Male Adolescence in 'Hide Your Smiling Faces'

    New Jersey-born filmmaker Daniel Patrick Carbone builds from his memories of youth to give an honest look into rural American life in his latest feature "Hide Your Smiling Faces." Inspired by the first films of Terrence Malick, Lynne Ramsay and Harmony Korine, the film takes a quiet, naturalistic ap...

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