Where Does Your Hidden Smile Lie?

Where Does Your Hidden Smile Lie?

A film by Pedro Costa | 2001 | 104 minutes

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New Digital Restoration! Undaunted by a commission to make a film about his mentors and aesthetic exemplars, the filmmaking team of Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet, Costa records with great sensitivity and insight the exacting process by which the two re-edit their film Sicilia!, discussing and arguing over each cut and its effect. Incorporating comments about the influence of figures as diverse as Chaplin and Eisenstein, about the ethical and aesthetic implications of film technique and such matters as rhythm, sound mixing, and acting. The film becomes a tour de force, immersing us in the mysteries of cinema as practiced by some of its greatest creators. Costa calls the film both his first comedy and his first love story.


“A great film. The best film ever made about editing and cinema.” – Jean-Luc Godard

“A revelatory study of the moviemaking process, an artistic manifesto on the wing, and a touching glimpse of an exceptional love story.” – Richard Brody, The New Yorker

“One needn’t know Sicilia! to appreciate: as Straub rattles off personal philosophy and Huillet slaves over matching the wind in an actor’s hair from one shot to the next, it’s evident Costa captured an unbelievably intimate moment in time, something from which anybody interested in filmmaking can yield great insight.” – The Film Stage


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