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Trivia from Love and Death
The wheat scene with towards the end of the film is a direct visual parody of Ingmar Bergman's classic
Persona (1966). The juxtaposition of faces is an homage to Bergman's trademark shots.
The soundtrack was originally scored with the music of Stravinsky.
The shots of the lion statues edited into the love scene between Boris and the Countess are parodies
of similar statues in Bronenosets Potyomkin (1925), shown during the Odessa Steps massacre scene.