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Hide Your Smiling Faces

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After a neighborhood tragedy, two adolescent brothers confront changing relationships, the mystery of nature, and their own mortality.
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Independent (UK)
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August 01, 2014

Hide Your Smiling Faces is a beautifully shot, highly stylised portrait of American adolescence.
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The Skinny
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November 05, 2014

Despite its languid pacing, there's an underlying unease that never entirely relaxes its grip.
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Wall Street Journal
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March 31, 2014

Traces of classic coming-of-age dramas such as Stand by Me and River's Edge are evoked in this lyrical and low-key reflection on sudden mortality and childhood's end.
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Contactmusic.com
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August 01, 2014

With a low-key pace and extremely loose plot, this introspective drama gets deep under the skin as it explores a pivotal summer for two brothers.
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NPR
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March 30, 2014

Quickly and assuredly, writer-director Carbone puts us in the mood of these languorous summer days.
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The Film Stage
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June 07, 2016

By showing and not telling, Carbone creates a profoundly tender work made all the more affecting by his young stars' effortless performances.
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Chicago Reader
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April 10, 2014

[Features an] outsider perspective, authentic locations, unforced naturalism, and fresh, improvisatory work by first-time actors.
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Daily Record (UK)
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August 15, 2014

The long silences and overdone symbolism make this feel like a hodgepodge of Mud, King of Summer and just about every other American indie film.
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RogerEbert.com
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March 28, 2014

This lyrical drama announces the arrival of a talented young director with a keen grasp of youth; a man who presents a truthful vision of how death impacts soon-to-be men differently depending on their ages.
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Observer (UK)
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August 04, 2014

Expect Daniel Patrick Carbone to have an illustrious career. And even if he doesn't, he's given us one perfectly polished jewel here.
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Seattle Times

April 03, 2014

There's a startling stillness about the film, especially the opening scenes, that becomes a character in itself and helps to avoid softness.
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Newark Star-Ledger
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March 28, 2014

It's not just these children's smiling faces that are hidden here - it's everything that might make you want to search out the meaning behind them.
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