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Slant Magazine
Director Casper Andreas does a good job conserving a simultaneous sense of disgust and attraction for the way big-city dreams end up stripping off wannabes from everything but their bodies.
Village Voice
A lo-fi feature blend of "True West Hollywood Story" and a gay fairy tale.
The "Pretty Woman"–style final act is fairly creepy, leaving a sour aftertaste to this otherwise sweet, if insubstantial, confection.
Based on a novel by Andy Zeffer and directed by Casper Andreas, Going Down falls well short of compelling, either as a coming-of-age film, a satire or a romance.

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