Miss Dalí

By Ventura Pons

Written by Ventura Pons

Cast Siân Philips, Josep Maria Pou, Claire Bloom, Vicky Peña, Joan Carreras, Joan Pera, Eulàlia Ballart, Jose Carmona, Allan Corduner, Minnie Marx

Produced by Els Films de la Rambla

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Anna Maria Dalí is four years younger than her brother Salvador and they adore each other. They will soon enjoy the great progressive atmosphere of Republican Spain, fraternizing with great creators such as García Lorca, Buñuel… A happy paradise which is shattered by the outbreak of European Wars, the arrival of the always mysterious Gala and the astonishing worldwide success of Salvador, one of the greatest painters of the 20th Century.

The fascinating beauty of Cadaqués, one of the most beautiful villages in the Mediterranean gives this contemporary tragedy a unique edge. Two genuine personalities, who despite the love they profess for each other throughout their entire lives, stop talking to each other for forty years. The Dalís are marked, like a Greek tragedy, by their character, their loves, their free spirits, their betrayals, for being products of their own family and for having lived intensely the most tormented and passionate years of a century full of war, dictatorships, and of cultural, social, political and artistic change.

An almost unreal story of love but also of resentment, small-mindedness, ambition and power which would in the end splinter the nature of sibling relationships, explained by an exceptional testimony, that of the long-suffering Anna María, Miss Dalí.



  • Drama
  • 165 '
  • TBC
  • Other
  • Colour
  • Other
  • English, Spanish, Catalan, French