The Unknown Girl (La fille inconnue) (2017)
Critic Consensus: The Unknown Girl isn't quite up to the standards of the Dardenne brothers' best work, but remains a well-acted effort that pays poignant -- albeit limited -- dividends.
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as Bryan Father
as Bryan's mother
as Cashier at the cybercafé
as Lambert Junior
as Old Lambert
as Doctor Habran
as Inspector Ben Mahmoud
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Critic Reviews for The Unknown Girl (La fille inconnue)
The last thing one expected was for the Belgian Dardenne brothers to dote on a murder mystery, particularly one involving a medico turned amateur sleuth that's fraught with coincidence like so much of what's already out there.
The question that looms large here, lingering long after the closing credits, is whether, despite our human need for forgiveness, absolution is ever truly possible.
[Adèlle] Haenel's deadpan performance makes this a tough sell, leaving only the common mechanisms of a suspense plot to move the drama forward.
"The Unknown Girl" is an imperfect but absorbing addition to the canon, a carefully plotted thriller of conscience in which Jenny spends most of the movie patiently and persistently atoning for her mistake.
Every Dardennes movie is worth seeing, and The Unknown Girl has all kinds of gripping undercurrents.
Audience Reviews for The Unknown Girl (La fille inconnue)
The Dardennes offer us another engaging story shot in their usual naturalistic style to show us things that happen in the lives of common people, even though this time what happens seems a bit twistier than necessary and holds a lesser impact than their best works.
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