In the opening montage, the boy played by Jorgen Lindstrom is seen reading Mikhail Lermontov's "Hero fo Our Time." This is the same book read by Lindstrom's character in The Silence.
the plot and themes are essentially the same, with some character names being identical as well as both films being based loosely off the same discarded script
A poster is displayed outside of a movie theater.
When Sandy's at the beach he is dressed like Bergman during the shooting of Persona. Besides, after the opening train scene, the following sucession of images references the opening of Persona.
(Two women stand near each other) Mike: Persona. Servo: Interiors. Mike: Same diff.
one character expects another to step on a piece of broken glass
Dave mentions that this is Lisa's favorite movie
The idea of an image of a penis spliced into a cartoon was borrowed from Persona
A still from the production of this film is shown.
the scene just before the nude scene between actresses comes from that
a still of Bibi Andersson and Liv Ullman is shown in Matthew's room
Near the ending the picture is split in two halfs showing the faces of Oh Dae-su and Evergreen as one
The title is visible in the "Three Women" article.
56 min into the film, Henry (Eric Bogosian) proposes a musical stage version of the old film to a female producer at Diana's party.
in one particular scene which features the famous "two"-shot of this title.
among the Ingmar Bergman-inspired Double Jeopardy! category names is "Persona"
In "Experimental Film", The scene with the film apparently burning (the one that Homestar credits to Strong Sad loading the film wrong) is a reference to this Bergman film.
Film burns up and melts in scene in hockey rink like in Persona
Fernando continually reads Bergman's script. Plus, in the end, Nina and Hildegunn pose like Elisabeth and Alma.
A tarantula walks across a white screen in the beginning of Bergman's Persona. The same shot is used in I'm Not There, but in reference to Dylan's book.
Final scene of this film is referenced during theater scene.
The pacing and atmosphere was influenced by Ingmar Bergman, specifically this film
When Oliver recounts his mother's days as an actress, she strongly reminisces Liv Ullmann near the start of Persona.
Mentioned by Geoffrey Rush during a review of Margaret and David.
During the montage in the beginning of the film, there is a quick shot of the eye-slicing scene from Luis Bunuel's Un Chien Andalou.
"Silent film" clips of a man being comically chased by a skeleton and the devil from this film are featured during the opening montage of "Persona" (1966).
Anna's shout is briefly heard in the midle of the movie.
A film excerpt is shown, before Bergman's present words evoking it.
discussed with clips shown
Aparecen partes del comienzo de Persona
featured in documentary
Shown during the In Memoriam tribute (Ingmar Bergman)
The wheat scene with towards the end of the film is a direct visual parody of Ingmar Bergman's classic Persona. The juxtaposition of faces is an homage to Bergman's trademark shots.
Part of basis for parody "Whispers of the Wolf".