I'm Not There. (2007)
Music used during scene in the woods
A movie poster of a fictional film, in the style of the Serpico poster, appears on the wall behind the characters.
The "Billy the Kid" segments of 'I'm Not There' are in part inspired by Dylan's real-life role in Peckinpah's 'Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid'.
Jude Quinn scenes recreate events from this film
A tarantula walks across a white screen in the beginning of Bergman's Persona. The same shot is used in I'm Not There, but in reference to Dylan's book.
The couple in the cinema, the voiceover about "the film of our lives" followed by the gun shots and the white titles on a black background are taken directly from this Jean-Luc Godard film.
Claire quotes/paraphrases a lengthy passage of dialogue in her divorce letter (from the coffee-cup scene).
scenes with Jude Quinn, several people talking to the camera, and specifically the shot in which he floats in the air yet is tethered by a rope. Also, the scene where his blood pressure is taken inside a car is an exact copy of the opening scene in 8 1/2.
Monologues by Larry "Lonesome" Rhodes (Andy Griffith), and dialogue between Rhodes and Marcia Jeffries (Patricia Neal) are spoken by the first incarnation of Bob Dylan, Woody (Marcus Carl Franklin) and hobos on a train with Woody.
The carnival shots are direct replicas of the carnival in this classic Film Noir that inspired Dylan's own "Ballad of a Thin Man," in particular the verse about the "geek"...later shots particularly in the "Mr. Jones" (Bruce Greenwood) sequence, set to Ballad of a Thin Man, replicate Tyrone Power's descent into madness and eventual "Geekdom".
Ignatiy mentions that Todd Haynes directed the film
Lucía mentions the name of the film
When introducing Cate Blanchett, James Franco mentions she played Bob Dylan.
Included in a $200 question
Clips of Heath Ledger promoting this film are shown.
Archive footage of Heath Ledger promoting this film is featured.
Heath Ledger is shown promoting this film in archival footage.
Poster in Billy's room in Oregon
#4 on Scott's list.
Clips shown for the review.
In the small town, a midget dressed as a bellboy greets Billy, calling him Mr. Gladstone.
Jude Quinn rolling around on a hill with the Beatles, and the Beatles then being chased by a mob of fans