The new film from Palme D'Or-winning directors the Dardenne brothers (Two Days, One Night) is a searing saga of guilt and redemption. One evening after work hours, Jenny (Adèle Haenel), a young doctor, allows the door buzzer at the small clinic where she works to go unanswered. It's only later that she learns that the person ringing was an unidentified woman found dead shortly after by the side of a road. Consumed by the thought that she is to blame, Jenny embarks on an obsessive crusade to discover who the anonymous woman was and to see to it that she is not forgotten. Shot through with low-key suspense and the heart-stopping realism that has become the directors' trademark, The Unknown Girl is both a gripping mystery and a profoundly human moral tale.

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Ratings and Reviews

70% TOMATOMETER

  • Average 6.2/10
  • Fresh 58
  • Rotten 25

Critics 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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Studio
Sundance Selects
Genre
Thriller
Released
Copyright
© 2016 LES FILMS DU FLEUVE - ARCHIPEL 35 - SAVAGE FILM – FRANCE 2 CINÉMA - VOO et Be tv - RTBF (Télévision belge) visa d'exploitation n° 143002 - dépôt légal

Languages

Primary
French (Stereo, Dolby 5.1)
Additional
English (Subtitles)

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