A woman working at her father's record store in Harlem in the late 1950s meets an aspiring saxophone player.
This is a wildly charming, old-school film romance that feels like it could have been lifted straight from the late ‘50s, an entirely straight-faced and sincere homage with firecracker dialogue and a swoon-worthy central couple.| Read in full: Sylvie's Love movie review We Love Cinema
Thompson and Asomugha have great chemistry, but the film stalls a little in the second half, when the focus pivots towards the couple’s careers.The Guardian
The more she comes into her own, the more magnetic Thompson’s performance becomes.Empire
Ashe’s film gets a bit too flat for the big finale to arrive with the oomph that it should.IndieWire