The Red Shoes (1948)
Poster for The Red Shoes seen in background outside a cinema
Maddalena asks someone if they have seen "The Red Shoes"
Jocelyn & Euan use seeing The Red Shoes as an alibi for their assignation
evocation of the film
Nikky says she can dance like the girl in this film
Martin Scorsese mentions the film.
Amy refers to the film.
Alexander Minz plays a ballet director named Boris Lermontov. Boris Lermontov is the name of the ballet director that Anton Walbrook played in "The Red Shoes".
Sheila became interested in dancing after seeing the film. Diana claims to have seen the film 112 times. Conversely, Val has never heard of it and says that she does not give a fuck about it.
Character Eddie Wayne quotes Boris Lermontov (Anton Walbrook) from "The Red Shoes."
Martin Scorsese mentions The Red Shoes during an interview.
Advertised on theatre marquee.
Maddie dreams she is dead and being tormented in a graveyard. In the Red Shoes ballet sequence, Vicky is assailed by monsters from her own mind.
Kinderman mentions the film by title.
Based on shoes to dance.
The line "There will be no performance of the Red Shoes tonight is spoken by the charicter of Buzz (Jason Alexander)
The character "Boris Lermontov" is an ironic allusion to the ballet impresario of the same name in "The Red Shoes"
Both films open with a book being opened. Wes Anderson has stated this as a reference.
Harold mentions by name.
Referenced by name
A billboard for the ficticious film "The Golden Shoes" is seen, depicting two characters in the same costumes and pose as Robert Helpmann and Moira Shearer in "The Red Shoes".
Mentioned by name.
Stella's adoptive sister took Moria Shearer's character's name as an alias
Playing the ballet music & showing clips
Moira Shearers fate in The Red Shoes is mentioned
The character of Val in "A Chorus Line" talks about the movie.
Peter Sculthorpe says that he knew all of Michael Powell's films from "The Red Shoes" onward
The opening scene
Tetro & Bennie reminisce about Bennie watching The Red Shoes as a boy
Teddy Daniels running up the spiral staircase
The shot where the camera is spinning around whilst Portman is dancing is a homage to The Red Shoes, another ballet film.
A boy began dancing after wearing a red shoes.
Movie poster on the wall in Daniel's room.
Music conductor and Red Shoes are homages to The Red Shoes.
Clips included in documentary
The Video Pick of the Week.
Shown on TV.
Rosanna starts the documentary by saying that the first movie she ever saw was The Red Shoes and how it's about someone who wants to give up her art and become a wife and mother. This theme is then touched on in many of the interviews and clips are shown.
Caprice Stickles watches The Red Shoes claiming her dancing is art
Ruth is watching the ballet from The Red Shoes in her flat
They show the film.
One of the films selected by the co-host
clips used to illustrate a point in his argument
in flashbacks to Stella's youth, she and her adoptive sisters watch the film at a theater
In the montage expressing the horror of a dancer's losing her legs to polio, we see a few seconds of Vicky Page's view of the audience from the stage in the Ballet Rambert sequence of Red Shoes
Clips as Manolo is compared to a cobbler.
Lisa's tap shoes won't stop dancing
One of Earl and Greg's movies ("The Rad Shoes")