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The New York Times
A lovely drift of a movie, Go Go Tales commands your attention even as it lulls you along. Conspicuously inspired by John Cassavetes's "Killing of a Chinese Bookie," among other touchstones, it is a sincere and inspired meditation on art and creation, but in a loose, funny key.
Wacky and good-humored, Go Go has a seductive visual appeal that Ferrara exploits to the fullest.
Village Voice
A highly personal movie, Go Go Tales finds Ferrara in a frenzied yet pensive mode.
A typically lax late-period Ferrara work, far from the glories of "King of New York."

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