Hour of the Wolf (1968)
In "Vargtimmen" Max von Sydow's character talks about how extremely long one minute can appear to be and demonstrates it by having an actual minute pass on screen while counting down on his watch. With this scene, Bergman references a scene in Jean-Luc Godard's "Bande a part" released four years earlier in which the characters have a minute of silence in the film.
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
Lucile tells Antoine that she will see this movie, but instead meets with Charles
Poster is shown ("Hour Of The Wolf").
A poster of "Hour of the Wolf" is displayed outside of a movie theater.
Cronenberg was influenced by Bergmann's work. Especially the surreal sequences at the end of the film have a strong similarity to sequences at the end of "Videodrome".
The wall crawling scene
The scene with Zeno (Angel Connell) and the female corpse (Zenobia) draws part of its inspiration from the same kind of scene in Bergman's film which utilized a female corpse (Mona Seilitz) lying in repose within a dream-like mortuary.
When the four soldiers are speaking to each other it resembles the dinner scene.
among the Ingmar Bergman-inspired Double Jeopardy! category names is "Hour of the 'Wolf'"
Video case is shown.
One of the films listed in Todd's Netflix queue.
Pierre-François watch it on TV
As part of Max von Sydow's filmography
Subject of Documentary
parodied as Ingman Bergman's "Whispers of the Wolf"