La Strada (1954)
The love triangle of Fellini's 'La Strada' was inspired by the love triangle seen in 'L'Atalante'.
Poster is displayed when Zampanò buys Italian ice.
When the circus caravan arrives at an French town, and they see a poster announcing «Gelsomina y Zampanò», the heroes of Fellini's film, they get their caravans moving away.
While speaking with Fellini
The Catholic procession scene is almost duplicated, especially in the way the crowd kneels and crosses themselves as the icons pass by.
Mentioned by 'Dino de Lorentiis'
A man behind Alvy and Annie in the cinema queue mentions the film while discussing Federico Fellini's work.
The music that Grimm (Jean-Paul Belmondo) plays in Rome is a music by Nino Rota from the Movie "Strada, La (1954)", also featuring a clown as a main character.
When the mail guy is whistling the gremlins leit motiv and Billy Peltzer asks him where he heard that tune the mail guy claims that he doesn't know.
A abusive man abducts an innocent women and she falls in love with him.
mentioned a few times
Mentioned in interview footage
Mentioned in dialogue
Discussion about this film.
One of the main character of this movie, Su-ni was created under influence by Gelsomina in "La strada".
Mentioned in the film
Referenced during the clown orgy
One of the favourite films of one of the monks in the movie.
this movie is mentioned in the film
Movie is mentioned and poster is seen
Poster in Bennie's room
nick holds the dvd in the video store
Mentioned by Rich Hall as an example of a European road film.
The narrator mentions the movie by name.
mentioned in award ceremony footage (Best Foreign Language Film)
Mentioned by Andrew O'Keefe as a possible answer to a question about the Federico Fellini film in which the term "paparazzo" first appeared asked when Mark and the Chaser go head to head.
Clips of this movie are shown
An except of the film is shown.
Contains footage from La Strada (1954)
This Korean movie has a "movie in movie" scene.
Scenes are shown.