Adam Walter reviews Christoffer Boe’s Allegro: “Allegro has received a less enthusiastic reception than Boes debut film, and it is easy to see why. Reconstruction was a tight, focused story. It was driven by passionate, impulsive characters who were portrayed by charismatic actors. Allegro, on the contrary, is a loose, meandering story. Its a more stylistically ‘busy’ film. The characters are older and more cautious. And while the story is more technically daring, brazen even, the actors provide a balance by giving restrained, subtle performances.” Via
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