Inland Empire (2006)
Lynch re-stages and quotes the dialog from a scene of this film, which is also the sequence show in Wilder's Sunset Blvd.
blonde, over-the-hill-actress' comeback + the monkey + queen kelly scene
Kubrick's Lolita poster is seen in the striptease club
Both films end with characters inexplicably dancing in a strange location, and several shots in the Lynch film quote the Buñuel film.
The Phantom's finger-bending hypnotism scene + cursed characters stuck in time
Nikki receives a phonce call from her agent (named "Greg") who tells her she got a starring role in a picture, to which Nikki cries out "Greeeg!!! I got it, I got it!!!"
Story within a story about a film actress + adultery + Jeremy Irons
Logger sawing wood at party in end credits is joke reference to logging town "Twin Peaks", (earlier David Lynch film)
The monkey that appears in the final credits also appears in Fire Walk With Me
Theme of actress losing sense of reality in both films.
The end credit sequence features characters from Mulholland Dr.
Scott Coffey, who plays a rabbit named Jack in "Rabbits", plays a character named Jack Rabbit in "Inland Empire"
title shown on marquee
A poster of this film is seen in Assayas' segment.
Answer to question
A character snorts cocaine off the DVD box
DVD is shown in a video store.
Squat, beardy Shrinks
Christy compares "Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives" to the film
Mentioned by Jeff Goldblum during his segment while dicussing Jeremy Irons.
Jay compares Lycan Colony to this film.
Features scenes from "Rabbits."
Inland Empire is #10.
movie is discussed and analyzed