City of God (2002)
Character in middle of gang war takes pictures for news corporation.
The themes discussed, the portrayal of poverty in Rio, and many of the situations and characters are clearly influenced by "Rio 40 Graus".
The themes discussed, the portrayal of poverty in Rio, and many of the situations and characters are clearly influenced by "Rio Zona Norte".
Exposition of character Knockout Ned, similar to that of Orfeu, in he is a trolley/bus conductor, and is handsome enough that he can have any woman in the favela.
The gang war at the end partially follows the plot of yojimbo.
Character Lil Ze has publicity photographs taken of him, depicting him with guns as an outlaw, pictures then run in the newspaper.
The "still-frame" shot of the football in the air is a nod to "City of God".
Quick shot of Brazilian slums
mentioned a few times
poster in store
Tracking shots of chickens are a nod to "City of God".
behind the scenes footage of Silva
Makes the countdown, is talked about.
poster seen in video store
DVD is shown in Circuit City ("City Of God").
A large poster is seen on the bedroom wall during a sex scene.
mentioned by Letícia
The setting was used as inspiration.
DVD is shown ("City of God").
movie is reviewed
Mentioned in dialogue
Mentioned during the "fish puns in film titles" scene
It's a documentary on the life of the actors 10 years after the lauching of the award winning film City of God.
The "rewind" scenes.
Mentioned by Helen O'Hara when reviewing Trash (2014); also mentioned by Danny Leigh when reviewing Trash (2014)
footage in the end of movie
Ebert's #2 pick.
Movie reviewed in this episode.
one of the main spoofs of the film
One of the main parodies.