Wings of Desire (1987)
Footage from this movie is used.
There are many references to Peter Falk as Columbo.
Damiel wish he could feed his cat after a long day just like Philip Marlowe
Walken's angel character is an inspiration from this film.
Referenced during the "The End of Violence" review.
mentioned in documentary
This is the making-of the film documentary.
Wim Wenders' thoughtful angels are revealed to have their own very human hang-ups
Jake mistakenly calls this film "Wings of Fire."
This episode borrows several elements from Der Himmel über Berlin such as Batou standing on the shoulder of the statue and walking around in Berlin being invisible.
This video is a tip of the hat to Wim Wenders' Wings of Desire - it is the 25th anniversary of the film having been released.
Film begins with a quote from Curt Bois' character.
Movie listed on Ebert's website.
Eyad and Naomi see this movie at the theatre
DVD on the shelf (Wim Wenders box-set).
It's on Matt Groening's list of his 100 favourite things.
Movie poster can be seen.
Mentioned by Jehnny Beth.
Similar philosophies and homage's to the film are made
Clips are shown. #7 on Roger Ebert's top-ten list.
The plot, characters and clips from the film are featured in the music video.
A clip from this film is shown
clips are shown during Roger's segment
extracts from the film Wings of Desire
One of the films selected by the co-host
Clip seen; credited as "Wings of Desire"
Wings of Desire is #9.
Peter Falk is #8.
A clip is shown.
A clip is shown.
Scenes are presented
Some scenes from the movie are shown here.
Scenes are used. Asa Butterfield is watching this film while living on Mars. He states a German scientist left a copy of it the month previous before returning to Earth.
substitutes main charcter with a dog, includes dialogue from original, imitates visual style of original