A return to form for the Dardennes. This time turning their social realist lens onto issues about mistreatment and abuse of refugees with emotionally devastating results. Their best work since Two Days, One Night
In case you didn't think that Sia made this misguided and embarrassingly offensive film to make her feel better about herself and massage her oversize ego and saviour complex, she literally plays herself in a cameo where she buys percocets and other painkillers off Kate Hudson's drug dealer character to help out earthquake victims in Haiti.
Honestly one of the worst films I've seen in a long time.