I'm not sure the story was dense enough to be up there with other Dardenne films; however, their real power lies in the directing and this is no exception.
Adele Haenel's character, Dr Jenny Davin, is a stoic and unemotional person all throughout the film, yet she cares about the people in her life - you can either find that fascinating or puzzling. She never smiles or appears happy, so I wondered what her back story was, but this is never looked into.
No one makes films like the Dardenne brothers and so on the rare occasion they slightly miss the mark on story, one still ends up watching a beautifully acted and engaging work. I didn't love this, but I was suitably taken in and moved by it.