Food references, the interplay b/w the two main characters, and the general plot trajectory
Scene in taxi cab.
Poster of the movie is in the film.
Mentioned by name
One of the characters rents a video with this movie.
"Lost" copies the ending where the main male character ends his love affair by whispering a secret, unknown to the audience. Sofia Coppola thanked Wong Kar-Wai at the Oscars for his infuence on her film.
Scotty mentions it
Both films deal with married people committing adulterous acts. "Fa yeung" used and re-popularized the Spanish version of the song "Quizas, Quizas, Quizas (Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps)", which is heard playing when Jack is in Mexico in "Brokeback", as a tribute to the earlier film.
Slow-motion bodily movement with a heavily stringed orchestral score transitions
DVD jacket shown in the video library at the beginning of the movie.
Madonna mentions that she was inspired by the film
A pirated DVD vendor plays the DVD on his TV while he is having sex with a prostitute.
Movie scene from this Movie can be seen here
Bai Ling's #5 Favorite Movie
There is a scene with a character dressed like Maggie Cheung's character in this film.
A character speaks his secret into a hole on the pole, which is a spoof of a similar scene in FA YEUNG NIN WA.
Characters suddenly appear in a foreign movie trailer, speaking in japanese and with music, colour and even feelings that ry to evoque those from "In the Mood for Love"