An incredibly frustrating film that leaves you feeling stressed out more than anything... So many working parts that never really lead to anything satisfying. Maybe that's the point, but that makes it no less tedious.
Once again the Dardennes offer the story of someone embarking on a quest in which the line between selfless and selfish is constantly under scrutiny and reevaluation. This one may not have the same ticking clock element as their last, 'Two Days, One Night,' but it's still captivating, due in large part to the watchability of the hero.