The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928)
Footage from this movie is used.
Many of the famous close-ups in "The Passion of Joan of Arc" are directly inspired by many of the sequences in "Haxan". Specially those that deal with burning witches and the church inquisition.
Still of the film is shown
Still photos are shown.
Fraser: Well, that and The Passion of Joan of Arc.
Poster is shown during the scene between the gravedigger and the angel
Trixie mentions this film
"The Passion of Joan" is mentioned in the "Vampyr" article.
mentioned in the documentary
Cited by director Scott Derrickson as influence.
mentioned in documentary.
Oliver and Jordana see the film on a date
Photograph is shown.
Use of Richard Einhorn's "Voices of Light," written for Carl Theodor Dreyer's film.
mentioned by Emmett
Eisenstein says that he saw it.
The shot of Amy as defendant at the start of the episode is an allusion to the iconic images of Maria Falconetti as Joan in Dreyer's film.
another popular film by Carl Theodor Dreyer
Nana goes to the theater and cries as she watches the film.
in part II
Contains footage of the film.
The characters watch The Passion de Jeanne... in the Luper Suitcases part 2
Se muestran fragmentos del film, que son montados como en Vivir su vida.
Images of this film, originally included in Godard's "Vivre Sa Vie", can be seen during Egoyan's segment "Artaud Double Bill"
excerpts from original film
The main character, Jeanne d'Arc (Nuppu Koivu), is watching the trial scene of Dreyer's film from television, while being in prison.
uses the same filming styles and techniques as Haxan, and Kyle makes out with the DVD.
Clip is presented
Footage is shown during "Cause It's French."