Allegro Review

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Call it a significant case of the sophomore slump. With his debut film, the truly remarkable Reconstruction, young Danish director Christoffer Boe marked himself as a significant talent to watch. With a dazzling eye, engaging cast and a remarkable grasp of the cinematic Reconstruction is a dazzling trip into concepts of memory, perception and reality – themes Boe is again addressing in his sophomore effort Allegro. While Boe’s skills are again on display here Allegro is a much more uneven effort, coming in fits and starts, hampered largely by a script that feels only half done and ultimately feeling like a short film stretched well beyond the run time that the ideas contained within can bear.

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