Cinetrii analyses reviews to infer possible inspirations behind a film. Enter a title to find other works that may have inspired (or been inspired by) it, along with the quotes that determine the connection. About

Examples:

Kogonada's Columbus meditates on life and our emotional response to our built environments. It recalls films like Red Desert and Lost in Translation. What else will it remind you of?
Jennifer Kent's The Babadook rekindled our interest in contemporary horror after years of remakes and retreads. Its motifs have been used in films such as Lights out, His House and Under the Shadow.
Ingmar Bergman's Persona from 1966 is a seminal psychological drama. What works has it inspired?
Steven Soderberg's Logan Lucky takes the heist film and puts it in NASCAR territory. Comparisons to The Killing are appropriate, but also From Russia With Love and Raising Arizona.
If you like Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom, you might enjoy some films out of the eclectic mix it draws inspiration from - like Harold and Maude or Small Change.
Good Time by the Safdie brothers had critics making comparison to Dog Day Afternoon, Heat and After Hours, with a touch of Of Mice and Men.
Days of Heaven from 1978 is Terrence Malick's pastoral masterpiece. Which films are trying to recapture its magic? Critics infer a lineage to 2020's Nomadland and many others.
Bacurau by Brazilian directors Juliano Dornelles and Kleber Mendonça Filho had critics referencing films like Wake in Fright, Mad Max and Seven Samurai.
Alfred Hitchcock filmed and edited Rope to look like one continuous shot. The long takes and hidden stitches have persisted in cinema ever since, moving out of the chamber play and onto the battlefield in 1917.

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