The Young Critics Workshop at Film Fest Gent is in full swing! Jonah Simanjuntak on Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov’s Glory: "Grozeva and Valchanov’s naturalistic style of filmmaking has been compared with the Dardennes’ movies before, the lack of a score and the grainy, handheld cinematography being the most obvious elements to spot. As far as plot goes, both director duos are interested in a deterministic view on social issues, but the way in which they approach these are vastly different. Where there rarely is any humor in the Dardennes’ films, much of what makes Glory so enjoyable comes from the frankly hilarious situations, taken from real life, which characters get wrapped up in. Finding oneself pants down in an office is a recurring theme in the film, for example."