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(1967)

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Version of 

Traffic Jam (1979)

Edited into 

References 

Gösta Berlings saga (1924)
One of the revolutionaries uses the title of this film as a call name.
Battleship Potemkin (1925)
One of the revolutionaries uses the title of this film as a call name.
Johnny Guitar (1954)
One of the revolutionaries uses the title of this film as a call name.
The Searchers (1956)
One of the revolutionaries uses the title of this film as a call name.
Jules and Jim (1962)
The Exterminating Angel (1962)
The title appears on one of the text displays.

Referenced in 

John and Mary (1969)
John, Mary and her friends discuss the metaphors of the extended traffic jam and cannibalism from this film.
Godard in America (1970)
The narrator mentions Weekend in the introduction.
The Night Is Young (1986)
Use of the horsemeat shop
Vermin (1998)
The Quest for _____ (1998) (Short)
Where's Marlowe? (1998)
A.J. and Wilt discuss this film's style
The Nine Lives of Tomas Katz (2000)
The intertitle during the film's opening credits "a film found beneath a stone" is a direct reference to the intertitle during the opening of Godard's Week End which reads "a film found on a scrap heap".
Film Geek (2005)
Scotty mentions it.
Five No Budget Films (2010)
"battleship potemkin calling the searchers" says the Madman in JLG Had No Script
Esperando Godard (2012) (Short)
the title of this film is spoken by a character
La última película (2013)
Scenes are homage
Elli (2013) (Short)
ELLI's intertitles are inspired by those in Godard's film

Featured in 

Jean-Luc Godard (1988) (TV Movie)
clip is shown

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