Allegro 2005

Critics score:
63 / 100

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Stephen Holden, New York Times: In Allegro, the past is a shadowy night town whose geography is continually rearranging itself. Read more

Bill Stamets, Chicago Sun-Times: [Director] Boe's technique has more flash than passion. Read more

Geoff Andrew, Time Out: Inventive, entertaining and pleasingly bold. Read more

Raven Snook, Time Out: Although the film, much like its protagonist and his piano playing, lacks a certain passion, its stylistic structure and execution are coolly flawless. Read more

Nathan Lee, Village Voice: Writer-director Christoffer Boe takes himself very, very seriously. Me, not so much. Read more

Leslie Felperin, Variety: Like its gifted, but emotionally frigid, pianist hero, Allegro is filled with technical virtuosity but short on real feeling. Read more