The Age of Innocence (1993)
During a pivotal scene in NARCISSUS, a character is overcome with "color." (She literally sees red... the entire screen fills with red.) Scorsese, a student of Powell & Pressburger, did the same thing in AGE OF INNOCENCE (except he filled the screen with yellow.)
All around the film, first flower shop scene, etc.
Referenced during the Academy Awards Nominations segment.
Video case can be seen at the store.
Tom: "This is the same scrumptuously detailed set that was later used in 'The Age of Innocence.'"
Carrie says "Welcome to the age on un-innocence".
Will asks Jack if he rented it like he asked.
Mentioned as part of Winona Ryder's career.
Brian catches Lois shoplifting and says "This is worse than that Winona Ryder thing", Lois says "Are you saying I'm a klepto?", Brian replies "Actually I was talking about The Age of Innocence". Cue cutaway gag mocking Ryder's performance in this film.
Martin Scorsese talks about it
mentioned in dialogue
Thelma Schoonmaker talks about it.
"Meanwhile in Martin Scorsese's THE AGE OF INNOCENCE"
Mentioned during interview.
Photo of Winona Ryder in this is shown.
Sarah Silverman refers to the Winona Ryder movie
Clips appear in the teaser for the next week's show.
Clips are shown for the review. Two thumbs up.
Siskel's #7 pick; Ebert's #2 pick.
Clips are shown.
Dawson and Joey watch this in his room.
Nate watches the film on his laptop.
Clips shown in a Martin Scorsese Tribute
clips are shown as part of a clip from Roger's 1993 review of the film