Blue Is the Warmest Color (2013)
Guest at garden-party wears RoboCop-shirt
At Emma's party, when Adèle is dancing with Samir, Emma is teasing Adèle with one of Uma Thurman's iconic dance moves from Pulp Fiction.
Poster On the wall in Adèle's room
One of Adele's students is wearing a Dora the Explorer shirt
Merchandise in Adele's classroom
A girl wears a "Ni Hao, Kai-Lan" shirt.
When Adele goes to the movie with Thomas, they are watching Gaspar Noe's Enter the Void; Oscar's question to Linda, "Remember that pact we made?", is audible.
A woman at the gay pride parade is dressed like Pinkie Pie.
Mentioned by Margaret Pomeranz in a segment on the festival winners as the winner of the Palme d'Or and critics' prize.
Mentioned in Showreel News
Jay says that lesbian viewers are unhappy with the film
In the meeting scene we see a set of looks inspired by "Blue is the warmest color"
"Blue is the Warmest Cheese Burger"
Predatory Lez/Sam's hopeful film suggestion for study in Wes Gardener's American History class.
The film is mentioned in the film studies class.
Emily says this movie made her cry.
A particular conversation was strongly inspired in the style of the film, later on in posproduction the colors were altered.
At Emma's party, the movie is being played in the background.
The television programme which Adèle and her family are watching whilst eating bolognese in the beginning of the film
another lesbian romance film directed by a straight man
Nomination presentation for best foreign language film.
Footage is shown during "Cause It's French."
Lesbian girls with coloured hair are the reference to characters of "La vie d'Adèle". In "interview" in the end of movie it is stated that that was a parody on "Blue is the warmest colour".