scenes are taken from this film
A man at the screening session in the beginning of the movie briefly mentions "Antonioni's latest" which is "Blowup."
Ann seeing an important image in the background of some film shot is taken from the plot of the movie.
Two girls fighting at the party, ripping each other's clothes off.
Mrs. van Swaay is taking the boys to see this film
The lead characters take photographs in the park which reveal a murder in progress (after "blowing up" the snaps). As a nod to the source, the park in the movie is called "Antonioni Park" after the director of the original.
Laura references this movie while taking photographs.
Poster visible in bedroom in Episode 5
Gene Siskel cites the movie as one that triggered late-night debates in college.
The Anti-Artist suggests to the Dairy Queen photographer they go home and watch Blowup together
Male fashion photographer on top of female model during shoot, and other parallels.
The photographer has a Blowup poster in his studio.
The video clerk describes it to Fraser and Ray when they ask him to do a photo enhancement.
The iconic image of Hemmings with his camera, hovering over his subject, is re-enacted here by DesBarres as Christian Bell.
Title mentioned by Philip Dodd
It is mentioned in a newspaper article ("Blow-Up").
Hector recalls that Michelangelo Antonioni had wanted to cast Molly in the film.
A photographer accidentally witnesses a mysterious criminal event.
Referenced by name
Theme music heard during the "France challenge"
A poster of the movie can be seen.
Poster on wall
quick reference points to the opening sequence where Hemmings takes pictures of model Veruschka, seen as the interaction between Kenneth Elliott and Meghan Robinson in the play Coma
Several characters attend that movie.
An example of other films from the 1960s about the power of photography. Stills & poster included
Dart makes many visits to the park where Blow Up was shot, and the narrator discusses Hitchcock's obsession with the film
imaginary tennis ball scene
poster in Tony's room
Tommy tells Kim that Blow Up is his favorite movie.
The scene with the photoshoot mimicks the one with David Hemmings and Vanessa Redgrave
photo session scene
This film is referenced by name in the U.S. theatrical trailers for 'The Sins of the Daughter' and 'Erika's Hot Summer'.
Emotionally detached photographer drives around in his convertible, a british model to match 'Blowup'.
Poster on the wall
Anneke Wills says that she auditioned for the role of Jane.
Pays homage to the classic mime scene
Subject of a $1,600 clue in the category "Palme d'Or Winners"
bottom of poster seen in bowling alley
A photographer visits a tennis court in a park.
One of many films referenced
Megan lists this movie as one possibly for her, Julia and Sally to go and see.
Felix is inspired by the character 'Thomas' in the movie
Dee's line, "She's not beautiful, just easy to live with." Is a reference to Antonioni's "Blow Up"
Video case is shown ("Blow Up").
Mentioned in Ebert's review for With Six You Got Eggroll.
Poster seen on bedroom's wall.
Clip of the mimed tennis match is shown.
Clips from this film were shown in this documentary
Clips are shown
Memorial Tribute: David Hemmings
Band plays 'Stroll On' while Jeff Beck destroys his guitar on stage
Movie that the apprentice goes to see at the beginning of the film
Clips shown in a segment on Veruschka.
Clip shown to introduce today's special guest Vanessa Redgrave.
Clips seen and discussed
The clip from the movie is shown.
Seen by characters at a cinema.