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Led by a fearless performance from Gerard Depardieu, Welcome to New York is director Abel Ferrara at his most repulsive -- and most compulsively watchable.
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Few actors in the world are better suited to play a gluttonous pig than Gerard Depardieu, and I mean that in the best possible way one can make such an assertion.
[The] deliberate structure demonstrates Ferrara's artfulness, as does the lush imagery.
The film, a sleek and oddly moving study in the cost of debauchery, has its gleeful excesses.
This frank, unruly look at sex, privilege and power unfolds so much like real life that it proves an intriguing and strangely immersive experience.
In an Abel Ferrara movie, this sort of damaged, raging, unrepentant bull passes for an antihero.
The movie packs a singular, agonized vision that seems entirely the director's own.
Strauss-Kahn was found not guilty and if I were him I would sue.
Welcome to New York is a bold, sometimes absurdly funny, and often-horrifying look into the Dominique Strauss-Kahn affair.
Thankfully, the more interesting drama of the aftermath is intact, including Jacqueline Bisset's performance as Devereaux's wife, Simone, channeling a righteous anger not seen since Beatrice Straight in Network.
Sordid melodrama, recreating a notorious scandal...
Neither shocking nor illuminating, Welcome to New York comes off merely as hero worship of a terrible man who revels in his abuses of power.
A disappointingly subdued effort from Ferrara
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