Stylus reviews Christoffer Boe’s Allegro: “Christopher Boe’s film soon shifts into a romantic thriller, contemporary sci-fi mystery, metaphysical sleepwalking elegy, and back again, all within the span of its 88-minute runtime. Which would be a delight, if it managed to sustain these ambitions with a solid screenplay, engaging dialogue, or character chemistry. Sadly, Allegro falls short on these fronts.”
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