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      100% Tomatometer 10 Reviews 33% Audience Score Fewer than 50 Ratings A young French journalist meets Salvador Dalí repeatedly for a documentary film project which never gets to start shooting. Read More Read Less Now in Theaters Now Playing Buy Tickets

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      Jessica Kiang Variety Maybe the director’s greatest feat here is that despite the five different actors and all the background nonsense, he makes the beloved, mercurial madman the most consistent presence amid all the other, far more normcore characters. Sep 11, 2023 Full Review Christian Zilko indieWire As one of the 21st century’s most prominent surrealists (faint praise indeed, given his niche status), Dupieux was the perfect man to lead audiences on a victory lap through 20th-century surrealism’s greatest hits. Rated: B Sep 7, 2023 Full Review Jonathan Romney Screen International Avid Dalinians will want to see how the film treats their idol but, most of all, Dupieux’s own buoyant cult status will give this joyous fantasia some vibrant niche traction. Sep 7, 2023 Full Review Martin Kudlac ScreenAnarchy The film itself becomes a comical metaphysical rollercoaster, intertwining the relativity of time and the fluidity of dream states, fitting for the surreal nature of a "real-fake" biopic of Dalí. May 23, 2024 Full Review Diego Batlle Daaaaaali! allows itself self-referential winks, satirical tributes, and narrative games, and has more achievements than shortcomings. It results in a film that is as playful as it is pleasant. [Full review in Spanish] Rated: 3.5/5 Mar 18, 2024 Full Review Sarah Manvel Critic's Notebook Either you enjoy 79 minutes of having absolutely no idea, none, of what might happen next, or you should avoid “Daaaaaalí!” But that would be such a shame. There is literally nothing else like this out there; and that means it deserves all our attention. Nov 14, 2023 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Peter M Amazing. Two people walked out of the showing I went to. Everyone else stayed until the credits had ended, worried they might miss another meta moment. The movie is short and unconventional, but it works. The pace is break-neck and the writing truly inventive despite ostensibly being yet another mockumentary. It also deftly captures the essence of Dalí’s surrealism without feeling didactic. Bravo. The real Dalí would have loved it. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 04/25/24 Full Review kana d 3 eme pire film vu de ma vie, j'avais juste l'impression de perdre des heures de ma vie j'ai vraiment fortement hésité à partir de la salle de cinéma car c'était vraiment horrible, je suis resté juste parce que il y avait des amis , mais j'ai vu 2 3 personnes quitter la salle. Il faut vraiment aimer les films qui n'ont aucun sens, aucun but, et perso c'est pas mon cas, j'aime encore les films où on comprend rien et à la fin on comprend enfin qu'il y avait un truc et ici c'est pas du tout le cas. Le film est méga lourd, on sait pas ce qui va se passer certes, mais il est méga répétitif et c'est un supplice, cette petite musique qu'on entend tout le long du film est répétitif et horrible, ils auraient pu avoir un minimum de + de 1 musiques durant tout le film. En gros j'avais l'impression qu'il durait 3 h au lieu 1 h L'accent espagnol et le jeu d'acteur de Jonathan Cohen est insupportable, cela me donne un gros hic, les costumes sont très questionables, nous sortant souvent du film. Le personnage de Dali n'avait aucune profondeur, de pourquoi il aurait été du coup de cette manière, il est dépeint comme une horrible personne, ça aurait été bien d'expliquer pourquoi et ce qui l'a construit pour être comme ça. La plus part des acteurs ne jouent pas bien. Ne vous attendez pas à une biographie, le film se fou de votre gueule tout le long et de vos 8 euros de place de cinéma et si vous n'aimez pas les films abstrait n'allez pas le voir, si par contre c'est votre tasse de thé, allez y. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 03/10/24 Full Review Vincent This movie has a lot in common with Dalí's paintings: a couple of good ideas, many cheap tricks, tedious repetitiveness, very little meaning or substance. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 02/10/24 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Synopsis A young French journalist meets Salvador Dalí repeatedly for a documentary film project which never gets to start shooting.
      Quentin Dupieux
      Thomas Verhaeghe, Mathieu Verhaeghe
      Quentin Dupieux
      Production Co
      Atelier de Production
      Comedy, Drama
      Original Language
      1h 17m