Three Colors: Blue (1993)
Referenced during the "White" review.
Referenced by name
The protagonist wins a TV contest, in which the question is: What is the colour of the only Oscar-nominated part of Kieslowski's Three Colours trilogy?
Referenced by name
Naomi Watts' chracter, Cristina, mimicks the pool scene in which Julie goes into a fetal position (and also the fact that she has lost a husband and two daughters--instead of Julie's one--in a "car" accident).
Video case is shown in a video store ("Blue").
A shopkeeper recommends the DVD to her customer.
Old woman trying to place a glass bottle in a recycling bin.
Makes the countdown, is talked about.
DVD is shown in a video store ("Blue").
movie case shown when Harry Knowles is doing voiceover
DVD box shown in Sarang's (Milind Soman) house
Cath throws the Three Colors trilogy on VHS into a burning wastebin.
Similar car crash scene, where there are parents and a girl child in the car in both movies. Also locations of the scenes in both movies are very alike.
In the film, the character of Claire is confronted by the Subject as he rattles off details of her life. He says that her favorite color is red and that her favorite movie is Blue. While this is a play on words, this is also a reference to the Krzysztof Kieslowski film in which Juliette Binoche plays a woman who, like Simone Olsen-Varela's character in this film, is struggling to cope with the death of her husband.
music as human need, also music from "Three Colors: Blue" was used
DVD and video case are shown.
Britta says, "So, you're saying we're all connected, like the classic French film trilogy 'Bleu,' 'Blanc,' 'Rouge'?"
Video case is shown ("Bleu").
Inspiration for main character and the direction of the actress.
Ebert's #2 pick.
Shown on the cinema screen
Clips are shown
featured in PGTC
Clip is presented
Footage is shown during "Cause It's French."
Jet Li dresses up as one of the characters in the movie as a joke.