Bogart shop called "Wear It Again, Sam"
The girl's neighbors say they watch Fair City to learn English.
The final scene in which Glen Hansard's character Outspan appears as a busker seems to foreshadow the opening scene in John Carney's "Once" where he is "still" doing the same thing years later.
"Falling slowly" plays in a brief montage sequence
#9 on Roeper's list.
review of film
When Marge, Lisa and Bart meet the street musician, the viewer sees the characters from an Irish movie titled "Once"
Casey says that she watched the first hour of the movie twice.
Referenced during a recap of Michael Phillips's picks for the top ten films of the decade.
Jan Kraus and Markéta Irglová talk about it.
Mentioned by Graham
Movie on theater marquee in major scene.
The film's song "Falling Slowly" is performed.
The #2 Movie With Numbers For Names
Clip of "Falling Slowly" played during segment of music songs
The Miller brothers sing "Falling Slowly", while the movie is playing on TV in the background.