A French journalist meets the iconic artist Salvador Dalí for an interview. Together and apart they fall in and out of realities that may or may not exist. Quentin Dupieux’s Daaaaaali! is a light-hearted comedy from Dalí's surreal universe. 

A French journalist is given the honorable task of interviewing the iconic artist Salvador Dalí. However, little goes according to her plan, and we are brought into a universe where interviews are attempted to be completed and dreams are attempted to be told. Gradually, a world inspired by Dalí’s surreal art and persona is revealed to us, influenced by lighthearted references to David Lynch and Wes Anderson.

Daaaaaali! is written and directed by Quentin Dupieux. Since the early 2000s, Dupieux has directed a number of films, including the cult classic Rubber (2010) and Smoking Causes Coughing (2022). He has assembled a cast of several prominent French actors, with a handful of them portraying Dalí.

In Daaaaaali!, director Quentin Dupieux has employed a variety of simple editing techniques and practical effects to effectively depict overt surrealism and more subtle departures from reality. This, combined with Thomas Bangalter's recurring original music, makes the film a distinctive blend of humor, surrealism, and intricate connections between dreams and realities.


Quentin Dupieux (b. 1974) is a French filmmaker. He is recognized for the cult film Rubber (2010), about a tire that doubles as a serial killer. He has had a highly productive decade during which he has directed films like Reality (2014), Deerskin (2019) and Smoking Causes Coughing (2022). A fusion of dark humor and bizarre narratives often characterizes Dupieux's work.


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2022 Smoking Causes Coughing
2019 Deerskin
2014 Reality
2010 Rubber

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