Film review: ‘The Unknown Girl’ ★★

Belgian brothers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne have justly developed a brand of filmmaking synonymous with targeted, dispassionate but engrossing social realism. The Unknown Girl, the latest endeavour co-written, produced and directed by the pair, features in the Debate strand of the 2016 London Film Festival but sadly is unlikely to spark the heated thematic discussions they had perhaps hoped to achieve.

The Unknown Girl played at the BFI London Film Festival and will be released to UK audiences on 2nd December. Read my full review for France In London here.