La Dolce Vita (1960)
Dialogue refers to Lex Barker as actor who "played Tarzan" even though his character name is Robert.
Anouk Aimée and Marcello Mastroianno drive by posters for this movie (with the Italian title "Appuntamento con il delitto").
Anita Ekberg plays herself after becoming notorious in Italy from her role in this film.
Explicit reference in dialogue.
William Holden's character says "La Dolce is vita", while attending a party.
Johnny refers to Julie as "La Dolce Vita."
Mentioned in Helen's Italian postcard to Carole.
Curly says breaking up the band would be an end of their Dolce Vita.
Character mentions that film
Reverenced by Walther Matthau
Mentioned and discussed.
Jason's boat is named "La Dolce Vita."
poster on the wall in Joanna's house
Ted says this movie is how he pictures Rome to be like.
The leading couple talk about the film and the Italian director in one of the scenes of the film.
Pietro discusses this movie with Federico Fellini.
Mentioned by name.
The coin trick Lister plays on Petersen is the same joke that Marcello's father plays on the dancer in the nightclub scene.
alternate title reference
movie poster inside the mansion
The stills in a movie house.
Crow (as a woman dressed like Sylvia dances on screen): "How 'bout that Anita Ekberg!"
Criswell does the same napkin to bra trick done by Fanny in La Dolce vita. This happens about 48 minutes into the film during the scene where Criswell, Ed, and Bella are having drinks.
Seen on a theatre marquee
cited in connection with Fellini
Lolo Ferrari=Anita Ekberg, scene in the Trevi-fountain
Bertolucci mentions "La Dolce vita".
Josie suggests that she and Jacob go to see it.
poster in apartment
Referenced by name
a poster of the movie was shown sometimes
mentioned in documentary
The scene with the helicopter carrying lenin, like the helicopter carrying jezus in la dolce vita
Mentioned in the Fontana di Trevi scene
It is mentioned in a newspaper article.
A poster of this movie can be seen.
One of the scenes is an re-enactment of the most famous scene from the older movie. Several characters mention the older movie in dialog throughout the film.
Opening scene's helicopter flying a giant "A" is homage to La Dolce Vita's helicopter flying a statue of Christ.
mentioned by Joan River
Movie poster in the cafe
Posters in the room
mentioned by Darren Aronofsky
The poster for La Dolce Vita is in a shot that is framed to look Felliniesque and is also used as a sarcastic commentary on the film's narrative
"Homerazzi" is a play on "Paparazzi", which is derived from the name of the character Paparazzo in this movie.
The film is mentioned in Salles' segment.
Conversation about the movie proceeds from hanging the movie poster.
Poster for movie seen on wall at murder scene.
Poster seen on wall
mentioned by Alison
Mentioned by Catriona Rowntree when a story on Rimini visits a museum set up by Federico Fellini
Gronk references La Dolce Vita a strong influence on his life and work.
Reference in a $200 clue in the category "Celebrity Headaches"
There is a poster for the film on the wall during Matt Damon's interview and the film's coining the term "paparazzi" is mentioned.
When Johnny leaves Cleo for her camp in Belmont by a helicopter, he tries to say something. But because of the wind which helicopter causes she cannot understand what he is saying. It is like La Dolce Vita's ending and begining.
Mentioned and discussed.
Miroslav Vrba's character mentions that film
Longford says that while he loves "La Dolce Vita", that doesn't mean he watches it five times week.
Lily suggests it as theme for the Rhodes women portrait.
Two main characters are kissing in a fountain.
A answer to a question
mentioned by Blair
Several unmistakable thematic and stylistic references throughout the film.
Mentioned in the host's review of Paolo Sorrentino's "La grande bellezza"
The narrator mentions the movie by name.
Sam asks Angela out to see "La Dolce Vita" with him.
seen by Alan and Chris
Ramses and Joop are seen watching the famous fountain scene at the cinema.
Mentioned in dialogue
Poster is shown
Ebert's pick for his favorite black and white moment
The first movie that made Roger Ebert think of the movies as an art form. A clip of the fountain scene is shown.
Features snippets from this film.
Footage from this film was shown in this documentary.
Clips are shown
Features clips of this film.
Ramses (2002) shows fragments of this Fellini classic
Features clips from this film.
characters watch older film on TV
Corrado is watching La Dolce vita on TV and says he cannot understand it
Fred watches the film on video.
Shown on a cinema screen in a story on the Villa Gusto hotel.
Scenes from the film are shown
Alison's favorite movie is shown in the film on a screen in Empire State Park
Scenes are shown wherein the first use of the word 'paparazzi' was used on film.
Stanley Tucci's #1 Favorite Film
Short clips and poster shown.
Clips shown to illustrate points
clip is shown
Spoofed as La Dolce Gilda
Spoofed as La Dolce Gilda
The scene where Ewan MacGregor is on the helicopter is a take off of the scene where Marcello Mastroiani is on the helicopter with the statue in the beginning of Dolce Vita
Katherine wears haute couture nuns' clothes like Anita Ekberg
Spoofed in the "La Dolce Gilda" segment
Spoofed as 'La Dolce Gilda'
Porn-parody with similar story etc.
the fountain scene is spoofed in a running gag