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La fille inconnue

La fille inconnue is a movie starring Adèle Haenel, Olivier Bonnaud, and Jérémie Renier. A doctor gets obsessed with the case of a dead woman after learning that the woman had died shortly after having rung her door for help.

Other Titles
Tuntematon tyttö, Meçhul Kız, La ragazza senza nome, Το άγνωστο κορίτσι, Tundmatu tüdruk, Nieznajoma dziewczyna, Den okända flickan, La chica desconocida, Nepoznata djevojka, Az ismeretlen lány, Nepažįstamoji, 午後8時の訪問者, A Garota Desconhecida, The Unknown Girl, Kvinde, ukendt, Cô Gái Vô Danh, La chica sin nombre, Ha'na'ara ha'almonit, Kvinne, ukjent, 无名女孩, Nepoznata devojka, Nieznana dziewczyna, Das unbekannte Mädchen, Das Unbekannte Mädchen
Running Time
1 hours 53 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Crime, Thriller, Drama, Mystery
Director
Luc Dardenne, Jean-Pierre Dardenne
Writer
Luc Dardenne, Jean-Pierre Dardenne
Actors
Adèle Haenel, Jérémie Renier, Olivier Bonnaud, Louka Minnella
Country
Belgium, France
Year
2016
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

After taking over Dr Habran's community practice in Liège, his successor, the hard-working, idealistic and compassionate young physician Dr Jenny Davin, commits herself into working side by side with the intern Julien treating welfare patients. However, it would take an unexpected ring on her doorbell, by what seemed to be a young lady in distress, to change her world completely. Under the excuse that visiting hours were already overrun by an hour, the otherwise conscientious and flawless doctor lightly decides to ignore the buzzer, and the next day, the woman is found dead a few meters away from her door by the river bank. Could she have saved her? Distraught and guilt-ridden from the idea that if she had answered the door, the poor nameless girl might have been alive now, Dr Davin will embark on an almost obsessive, amateurish investigation all over town to give a name to a nameless grave. Insistently, Jenny won't give up her search easily, however, is there any hope?

Comments about crime «La fille inconnue» (24)

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Cheryl Payne

Being a fan of Argento, I went in not really knowing what to expect from his movie, but the result was one of the most shocking experiences I've ever had watching a movie. It is almost an instant classic and will be remembered for years to come. The movie is slow and predictable, but it has so much passion, emotion, suspense and twists that will never stop you from seeing it again. The characters are perfect for the plot and the acting is simply phenomenal, especially the protagonist and his sister. I'd highly recommend this movie and it will be one of the few movie I'll remember for years to come. You'll forget the beginning and the end in a second, but it's worth it. It's so worth it. 9/10

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Dennis Perry

Everything is wrapped in an unbelievable story that is designed for maximum shock value and creates an enigma that is not to be deciphered until the last minute. The acting is perfectly blended, yet is overshadowed by the superb script. The situation that is portrayed is so dark, it is almost impossible to comprehend what is happening to the characters, the movie is only about making you think. It is an important movie that will bring tears to your eyes. The story is so rich and complex, that you will not be able to understand every single word. For me, this movie is an 8/10.

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Pamela Wilson

I went into this film thinking that the score was terrible, but I was wrong. It was great! The score fits perfectly with the film, and allows the music to tell a story, instead of being in the background. The score does not replace the film, it's just a feature of it. The film was slow at times, but very well paced. The actors do a fantastic job of conveying their emotions, and the actors are very believable. The ending is very sad, but also quite satisfying. Overall, an amazing film, with a fantastic score and good performances.

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Linda

The movie was really good and I think that the director could have done a better job with the editing. I just love the main character and I think that he should be the main character of the movie. The music was good and really fits the movie. And I thought that it was a great ending to the movie. It was really dark and I thought that it was good. I don't know if it's the ending that was good or if it was just good but I think that the end was great.

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Deborah Myers

One of the best films ever made, by a man named Godard. If you are into the French New Wave, you should see this film. It has the same great photography, the same great acting, and even the same great sound track. And the other thing is that it is a true piece of art. The two protagonists are quite interesting, and at first you think that the two men will become a couple, but in the end you have a feeling that there's something in the air between them that can't be controlled. Although, this film is not a romance, but I'd really love to know what people think of that. Although I found it interesting, I didn't like it much, and I think the negative reviews have to do with the fact that it's a revenge movie, and there's no question that Godard is trying to show that revenge is always better. I found the ending a bit long, but the two lovers seem to be totally committed to each other, and there's a lot of drama that lasts for the entire film. I think this is a great film, but it's not for everyone. 9/10.

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Austin Snyder

In my opinion, there's no reason why people would not like this movie. I was not expecting anything particularly good but I liked it anyway. What is more important is that it's not predictable. The scene in which Joe had to choose between his wife and his daughter is full of surprises and the scene where he was unable to save his daughter was also full of surprises. It's a good film, in fact it's a good film.

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Janice Jacobs

If there is anything to learn from the great work of O'Toole, it's that the joy of writing is in seeing what the audience will create. That's why a film's success lies in how it feels, how it moves the audience. I found Se7en as the best film I've ever seen. It truly engages you in the experience. While watching, I was on edge. The film has a truly unique setting. The film shows a woman, the "haunted" house is a very mysterious place. The mystery is created by the way the camera manipulates the angles. At the end of the film, I did not see a single shot that would have been used in the way that the film was created. The film is not a thriller. The film is not a mystery. It is an experience. The film creates the experience. A really unique experience. This film is a must see for any fan of crime/thriller films, and for anyone who loves original cinema.

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Wayne Reed

Cecilia Gray stars as Emma, an art dealer in Paris who feels she has been treated unfairly by her employers. She is then picked up by a mysterious man, who is a truck driver. She is forced to go with him to this private island where she must do what she knows is wrong. On her arrival, she learns that a man she had once worked with has disappeared. The two meet up and eventually part. Emma realizes that her former colleague is someone she has always wanted to meet, and that she feels the loss of the man she knew. This is a film I thought I would never watch, but I was pleasantly surprised. It has elements of all of the classic foreign films that are all highly regarded, but none of them have ever been filmed as well as this film. The acting is superb, and is not too obvious. The story is gripping and has enough twists to keep you guessing, but doesn't get too heavy or confusing. The special effects are awesome and it has an interesting concept. Overall, I have to say that this film is just as good as many of the foreign films I have seen, and could very well be as good as this. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone.

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Jack White

There are so many classic films out there that no matter how many times you watch it, you just can't put your finger on one that stands out, but this one does. It's a great film, but I can't really remember a film that is this good, I watched this film over 20 times and it just makes me watch it again. And that's pretty good. One of the best crime films in a long time.

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Keith Gilbert

If you think the boring, white, blue-eyed guys that you run into at the pizza place every day are always all the same, or you think that more boring, blue-eyed guys on television are always running around in the halls talking to each other, or you think that the whole movie is filled with too many characters, then this movie is for you. Because this movie is a psychological thriller. The story revolves around a young boy named Rico (played by Stelios Agia) who lives with his mother in a small town in Greece. After his mother's death, he moves in with his stepfather (played by Michael Haneke) and his brother (played by Manolis Halkidis). At school, Rico has the ability to see things that other people cannot see. When Rico sees a dirty pool, he does not only feel guilty, he feels scared. When he is asked to do something he feels stupid, he feels stupid. He feels scared because no one understands his ability. He also starts to be liked by the other kids, who also have some sort of psychic ability. Rico also falls in love with a girl named Isabelle (played by Sophie Pinault) and sees things that others do not see. Isabelle wants to find out why he sees things and where his ability came from, but when she gets close to him, she is afraid that he will hurt her. As time goes on, he realizes that he has special powers, and the truth will come out. The movie starts out slow, but once it gets going, you really start to care about the characters. The acting was very well done. The casting was perfect. The colors were well used. The story was very good. The suspense was very well used. The ending was not as bad as some critics would have you believe. Overall, this is a very good movie. If you can stand the slow pace of this movie, then it is a must-see. 9/10.

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James S.

The movie tells the story of a young man, a journalist named Martin (Alain Chabat) who goes to a remote island to meet a girl, who they immediately fall in love with, that is the main focus of the movie. Martin works as a researcher at a university and has to stay in the island to carry out his work. He meets the girl he loves in the local bus stop, but is then kidnapped by some strange people who kidnap his girlfriend, and takes her to the island where she is to be locked in the house, the only way for her to escape is to commit a murder, but this is not the only possibility that they have to play. This film was written by the creator of the original Mystery/Thriller movies, Jean-Pierre Jeunet, and was directed by Alexandre Aja, who also directed an excellent remake of A Quiet Place starring Billy Crudup. This movie is a very powerful story of man's search for a purpose in life, and the end of this story is so very sad and heavy to watch. The last scene at the end of the movie was one of the most intense scenes I have ever seen, and that is something that I can never forget.

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Tiffany

With his new film "9/11", Jean-Pierre Jeunet has again managed to capture the emotions and moods of a tragedy with superb depth and understanding. Of course, the film can also be understood by a lot of people, but not everyone is affected the same way. I personally love the way the film captures the love and feeling of a couple who finds out the truth about 9/11. The audience is left in suspense about the whole movie, and at the end of the movie we leave with a feeling of sadness and a lack of faith in humanity. The great thing about this movie is that you can not tell whether it is a real movie, or a documentary. Of course it could be a documentary, but the acting and the director work so well together that it is hard to tell it is a documentary. Of course, a documentary could be real. I really doubt that anyone would be so stupid to believe that this movie is real. The film has a kind of surrealism about it, but it works so well. If you love suspense, you will love this movie. If you love love, you will love this movie. And if you want to feel something new, I think you will like this movie.

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Arthur

One of the best psychological thrillers I have seen in a while. I was totally mesmerized throughout this film, and left the cinema wanting to know more about the characters and the mystery at hand. I thought the ending was well thought out and poetic, which for me, is not always the case when I watch a movie. If you're going to see this film, please go to the cinema with an open mind. You won't be disappointed. If you're not a fan of psychological thrillers, I strongly advise you to see it anyway.

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Joseph

For all the people that don't get this movie, it's a simple story with an interesting twist. It's about a mother and son going to the movies to see a boy that his dad likes. They end up in a scene in which the dad is trying to pick up a prostitute. In a panic, the mother tells the son that it's not what it looks like. What the mother tells him is the truth. It's one of those "don't believe the Internet" type movies, where if you believe in anything, you'll be fooled. So, if you can take a twist, then this is for you. All I'll say is, you'll be watching the movie from the same perspective as the mother, you'll be feeling and thinking about the events as the boy, the mother, and the father. If you don't like twists, don't watch it.

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Harry James

Al Pacino is as good as ever in his role of a recently divorced Manhattan cop who discovers that he's being chased by a killer who will stop at nothing to get revenge on him. The viewer can sense the intensity of the situation and the intensity of the tension when Pacino gets caught up in the middle of the mayhem. In this movie, there's plenty of twists and turns that will keep the viewer engaged and in the dark in the final third. Director Bruno Mattei takes an experimental approach in his direction. One of the best aspects of the film is its continuity. The camera is stationary throughout the entire movie. The film has a slow and sparse feel to it, but the music never gets in the way of the story and the tension of the situation never wavers. The cinematography is fantastic, the editing is precise and the camera work is top-notch. The camera pans throughout the movie and shows the viewers where the action is taking place, which is a great technique for a thriller movie. This movie has a lot to offer to the viewer in terms of action, suspense, and tension. Overall, the movie is worth watching. It's a dark and gritty thriller with a great ending.

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Jennifer

After several years of considering its various narratives and the best directors to which to adapt them, Ang Lee and Luc Besson were asked to write a screenplay about the murder of a young woman. For those who have seen the movie, the screenplay is almost unreadable, being filled with various perspectives that the writer would have to develop in the film. For those who have not seen it, the basic story is familiar to most: the protagonist, Valak (played by Nicolas Cage) is a young man of indeterminate age, living in the little town of Saqqara. The film takes place in the summer of 1996. He and his girlfriend, Nina (Nicole Kidman), move to the city in order to take the train to Paris. He catches a taxi to Paris and later, he receives a call from his mother that his sister was raped and murdered. He goes to the scene of the crime, but finds a young woman, Enlil (Alba Negeri), who is immediately smitten by Valak and starts a relationship with him. Valak begins to like her, and decides to help her in her personal and professional life. As they get to know each other, they become friends, but Valak still keeps trying to find the killer. As he is stumped, he becomes an informant and the authorities of Saqqara find the killer. I can't say that the movie is perfect. The editing is choppy and there are some scenes that seem like they could have been cut and the actors were better suited for them. However, the subject matter is complex and the main plot is rich and full of twists and turns. The lead actors are superb. Nicolas Cage is excellent as the wounded killer, he captures the melancholy, melancholy and suicidal side of his character extremely well. Nicole Kidman is magnificent, she plays a complex woman, with lots of complexity and vulnerability, with a good sense of her own emotions and a strong desire to be happy. Alba Negeri is great, she plays the uninteresting Nina, and she is good too, but her character doesn't really add anything to the movie. Alba Negeri doesn't really get any screen time, but she is very good and her talent shows in this film. I cannot say anything about Vincent Cassel, but he does a good job as Valak. His style is different from other actors, and he is very good. There are some good fight scenes. It is a great film, but I would say that it is a better movie than it has been rated. I liked it, but I wouldn't consider it a classic.

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Kenneth E.

.to me, it's very high-brow. The main character is a very difficult person to sympathize with and it's a very difficult movie to watch. But it's also very hard to avoid feeling compassion and sympathies for him. He's a total, real person who is experiencing unbearable pain. And he's not good at expressing this pain. He's a little sad, but the girl he likes is exactly the same. The characters are the ones who make it difficult to sympathize. But we have to understand that it's a movie. The movie is just a collection of people's suffering, so they just go and suffer in the wild. You feel for them and you want them to get through. You hate to see them die. And when the movie ends, you feel like: "Finally.it's over". It's not a very good movie. It's very slow. There's a lot of scenes that don't need to be there, that only make you think "What the hell was that?" or "What the hell was that? That was just so stupid." You see the characters go and suffer in the wild. It's a story about a bunch of people who were locked in a mental institution for 18 years, and they survived. And I found it extremely interesting, because you could feel that the story is just as important as the people who were locked in the institution for 18 years. They have to tell us what they felt, what they said and what they did and they told us everything. In the end they never had to go back, so it's a good ending. But it's only about suffering and not about redemption. I really like the idea of not saying the truth about the subject. It's not a particularly spiritual movie. It's a real story about a bunch of people who got locked in an institution for 18 years and survived. The subjects' inner lives are what's important.

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Nicholas M.

Wes Craven's 'The Last House on the Left' is a perfect example of a film that is about a book that never gets made into a movie. The script was written so good that even the screenplay was a masterpiece, and the acting was almost flawless. The entire cast is very good, and the performances are completely convincing, including Julia Stiles as Diane, the psycho mother. She manages to portray a so disturbed and twisted character so convincingly that you just can't help but to hate her. Wes Craven, the screenwriter, was also a genius in this film. The plot and dialogs were written so well, that it was impossible to get out of the movie, even if you read the book. You can't help but feel that everything in the movie is a huge coincidence, like how everyone can be the killer or how the boy had the same birthday. The movie is about something very important, the point of view of children. Not only children, but all those who think about the tragedy of the Holocaust. It's a story that everyone should see, because it's that important. Not only a film, but a piece of art. Just because you see this movie, doesn't mean that you have to agree with what it portrays. You should watch it for yourself, and remember it's a very important movie.

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Robert M.

I saw this movie recently. It was a drama in a sense, but really it was more about how people try to make sense out of a story that has been made to fit a few characters. It shows people who have had enough and want to get on with their lives. The main character, of course, is Isabelle Huppert. The movie is about her problem with relationships, her friendship with the police, her feelings about the man who raped her, and how she tries to understand how her life and her friends are being affected by the rape and the murder. It is not a thriller in the least. Isabelle Huppert was very convincing and had a lot of emotions to express. And the supporting cast was amazing, with a young actress who I've not seen before, I thought she was great, and her role was extremely important in the movie. The movie is about the complex relationships of human beings, and it makes a statement that has to do with our very own lives. I liked it very much. 9/10

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Craig Garza

This is a movie about a priest who has been assigned to the Vatican and tasked with discovering a huge amount of documents relating to child molestation and pedophilia. This is a very graphic movie and, to be honest, I thought the climax was pretty boring but, in the grand scheme of things, I think this is one of the better of the movie's I've seen. The acting is very good, especially from Javier Bardem, who was absolutely riveting as the director's main suspect. The story was gripping and in a way, very real, which made it almost too real. The film does have some corny moments, and some of the pacing is off, but the movie is generally well done. I've rated this a 9/10.

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Alice C.

In this gripping drama about a young woman's search for her sister after she is kidnapped and held captive in a seedy motel, Laurence Olivier gives the performance of his career as the shadowy villain who brings in a brilliant performance. An excellent film. 10/10.

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Rachel Simmons

A fantastic story and cast that is every bit as intriguing as the movie is. Very enjoyable. You want to watch this again and again.

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Rebecca

If you are a fan of horror movies, then this is a must see. The first half is great, the second half is better. However, I would recommend to wait for it to come out on DVD. I found it funny that it came out in French, but French people didn't seem to get it and I never hear French people complaining about the subtitles. I also found the ending different. I think the ending would've been better with a more original ending. Other than that, it was a good movie and I would recommend to any horror movie fans.

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Susan H.

I have seen a lot of films in the past, and of the ones I have seen, this is one of my favorites. It is really difficult to pick the best movie of all time. I have no idea. One can choose the best movie of all time, and I believe this is a very good movie. It's not a perfect film, but it has one of the most beautiful and brutal endings in recent years. The violence is not simply done for the sake of it, but the reason it's done is in order to prove a point. It's no longer simply done to scare the audience, but to prove a point. It's a beautiful, great film. I would recommend it to everyone. A 9 out of 10.