Cries & Whispers (1972)
The new Ingmar Bergman movie (Cries and Whispers) that the Lorenzos take Edith to see.
Arlette and Josette go watch "Cris et Chuchotements" (french title) at the theater.
Movie is mentioned.
A still is shown. The movie makes Roger Ebert's list of the best movies of the 1970s.
The curtains and furniture in some rooms of the family house are bright red.
Title 'Cries and Whispers' quoted in dialog.
Harold offers to take Frannie to an Ingmar Bergman festival featuring this film.
Bergman's film is referenced by title
mentioned a few times
Will describes one of the videos Grace rented as"Three sisters confront the slow painful death of the fourth sister." He is describing this movie.
Ken Karlsson's claim of starring in this movie
The genital self-mutilation scene
Opening scene: Mimi's labored breathing
This is the film whose cassette François offers Florence to watch as she "can't" sleep
Scotty talks about this film. Also, DVD is shown in a video store ("Cries & Whispers").
referenced in clue in "Ingmar Bergman" category
Pays homage to intense red lighting isolated on character for flashback sequence of Keith as a Lad
Poster in hallway
Mentioned in dialogue.
Cries and Whispers is mentioned by David Stratton in a review of the classic movie The Seventh Seal as another movie directed by Ingmar Bergman which had previously been reviewed as a classic movie.
Charles has a poster for this film on his office wall.
Mentioned by Antonia Quirke when reviewing Life Itself (2014)
Torrented copy of the film seen on Elliot's computer.
Subject of documentary, a film excerpt is shown.
It is mentioned and discussed. Also, footage of this movie is shown ("Cries And Whispers").
Subject of documentary
Footage shown along with an actual review by Ebert.
Clips shown and movie discussed.
Part of basis for parody "Whispers of the Wolf".