Dead Man (1995)
The first walk by Nobody and William Blake into the white woods is identical as the walk in Ivanovo Detstvo by Capt. Kholin and Masha.
There's a shot of Johnney Depp looking up with a hat brim over his eyes, almost replicating the shot from Clockwork Orange.
The character of Gary Farmer made an obvious reference to the Terence Hill's Character in the Tonino Valerii's film, by saying : "What's my name ? Well, my name is nobody !"
Hand eating scene (from the beginning of "Cannibal Holocaust") is referenced in "Dead Man".
a character says "God damn your soul to the fires of hell" to which another replies "he already has", a direct line from Pumpkinhead.
When Arnold (Gary Farmer) asks Victor who his favorite Indian is, Victor replies "nobody," which makes Arnold furious. Gary Farmer's character in Dead Man is "Nobody."
Movie poster on a wall.
Gary Farmer plays the character Nobody in both films, and repeats one of his lines from Dead Man: "Stupid, fucking white man!"
Gary Farmer again delivers and receives his past tagline "Stupid fuckin white man", adapted for television as "Stupid white man".
dialog quoted in non-spoofing way
Poster on the wall in Timmy's house.
Similar scene in which Lance Henriksen's character endures the endless prattling of a fellow horseman, shot from above
Title seen on movie marquee
Johnny Depp (Tonto) calls John "stupid white man" as Gary Farmer (Nobody) did to him in Dead Man.
Scenes are homage
The score is an hommage to the »Dead Man« score by Neil Young.
Clips are shown for the segment on Robert Mitchum.
A scene from the film is shown.
A clip is shown
recalling the works of Jim Jarmusch
Clips are shown while Lance Henriksen narrates
movie is reviewed