One of my favorite scenes in Mel Brooks' '68 The Producers is Lorenzo St. Dubois' (LSD to his friends) audition. It's not just funny, but a fantastic parody-cum-time capsule of New York in the 1960s. It also contains one of the most sartorially hilarious zoom-outs in film:
I was born in the Soviet Union and emigrated to the United States at six years old. I grew up and still reside in southern Brooklyn. I am fascinated by all sorts of media - the more referential the better.