Broken Flowers (2005)
The girl named "Sun Green" is a reference to the character from Neil Young's Greendale project.
Towards the end of the movie, Bill Murray, sporting a band-aid, is asked by his (possible) son if he is a gangster. In Mad Dog and Glory, he sported a band-aid in the same place throughout the majority of that film, and played a gangster.
The scene where Don visits the grave of his former lover mirrors a scene from this film.
Don encounters a young, blonde, and promiscuously flirtacious girl named Lolita (wearing similiar heart-shaped apparel).
Don mentions Mike Hammer.
Don mentions Sam Spade.
A poster for Broken Flowers can be seen in Daniel's apartment.
recalling the works of Jim Jarmusch
DVD box shown
Mentioned by George.
Ellen says Jim Jarmusch, The Director of this film, previously directed Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai (1999) and Broken Flowers (2005)
about the movie
on movie marquee
Cartoon on Don's television. Credited as "Always Gets His Man."
Don watches film on television in opening scene.
Promotional excerpt showed during interview with Bill Murray - Winston comes over to Don Johnston to pick up a list, while talking to him on the phone at the same time.