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Influence

The song "Death of an Interior Decorator" by Death Cab for Cutie is based on the plot of Interiors.

The movie is at least partly the inspiration for the song "Alice and Interiors" by the band Manchester Orchestra from their album I'm Like a Virgin Losing a Child.

Author, NPR commentator and political satirist Sarah Vowell explicitly mentions Interiors in her book Assassination Vacation during a comedic tangent about Maureen Stapleton playing Emma Goldman in the film Reds: "And remember Stapleton in that Woody Allen movie, Interiors? Geraldine Page is all beige this and bland that so her husband divorces her and hooks up with noisy, klutzy Maureen Stapleton, who laughs too loud and smashes pottery and wears a blood-red dress to symbolize that she is Alive, capital A. Wait. I lost my train of thought. Where was I?"

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