The Unknown Girl – Review

✯✯✯✯½

Like the many other efforts of the Dardenne brothers, The Unknown Girl continues to play upon their knacks for approaching social realism but it’s also interesting to see the sort of route which they are taking in here. With The Unknown Girl, it feels more as if the Dardenne brothers are approaching the paths of a mystery film and yet it still feels like something that they would be making at least when watching them address what they always play out in their work. As of yet, it stands as my least favourite of the Dardenne brothers’ films but even their weaker efforts (pointing towards Two Days, One Night and Lorna’s Silence) still are fascinating in some way, and The Unknown Girl is not any different of a scenario. Continue reading →