The 1999 Woody Allen film Sweet and Lowdown is a tribute to the life of D'jango Reinhardt. The movie is a "biopic" of fictional 1920's jazz guitarist Emmett Ray, who is the second best guitarist in the world -- first being, of course, Reinhardt.

It should also be noted that, although he recorded many tunes, among D'jango Reinhardt's treasures is a heartwarming rendition of 'Brazil', the most important song ever.