Wild Strawberries (1957)
mentioned by Allen when talking about Ingmar Bergman.
Video case is shown.
Wild Strawberries is mentioned by David Stratton in a review of the classic movie The Seventh Seal as another movie directed by Ingmar Bergman that was released soon after it.
mentioned among psychological thrillers
The watch on the deadman's wrist shows no time in Or a Horror Film
the film's English title "Wild Strawberries" is referenced in clue and correct response in "Fruits" category
the Ingmar Bergman parody is titled "Silent Strawberries"
Fisher is going to show it at his film club
References dream sequence, theme, sound design and style.
Crow: Suddenly it's Wild Strawberries
The movie is mentioned by name
Arthur and Donna discuss the movie.
Mentioned by Murdock
Same scene - everyone from his life is there to honor him right at the end of his own life (strongly resembles award sequence at the finale of Bergman's film)
It is mentioned in a magazine ("Wild Strawberries").
The movie is mentioned in a conversation about Ingmar Bergman
Movie is mentioned.
Michael Apted and Alan Parker talk about this film and its poster is shown.
Gabe recalls to Judy an occasion when they found the movie on TV while flipping channels
Actors speak about these Movie
A dream is described similar to one in this film.
When Antonius visits Jof and Mia, Mia offers wild strawberries to Antonius. Wild Strawberries is another Bergman directed film from 1957.
Joe and Peggy watch "Smultronstället" on TV
Subject of documentary
Cinema scene can be seen
At night, in the TV Room, Philippe and Deloux watch this movie while Marc and his friends play cards and tell dirty jokes.
a spoof titled Silent Strawberries