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New York Times:
In Allegro, the past is a shadowy night town whose geography is continually rearranging itself.
Although the film, much like its protagonist and his piano playing, lacks a certain passion, its stylistic structure and execution are coolly flawless.
Writer-director Christoffer Boe takes himself very, very seriously. Me, not so much.
Like its gifted, but emotionally frigid, pianist hero, Allegro is filled with technical virtuosity but short on real feeling.