西班牙才女导演Silvia Munt拍摄过一部关于传奇女性加拉的纪录片，让她首次获得了巴塞罗那电影节最佳纪录片奖，西尔维娅走访了法国去寻找当年超现实主义运动中那些伟大的名字，深入了解这位达利一生最爱的MUSE女神，她早年与诗人Paul Eluard的关系等等，穿插进不少黑白的影像。关于达利生平的纪录片拍了不少，但有关加拉的电影却并不多见，这是其中比较好的一部。
A journey through the life of Ele...展开na Dimitrievna Diakonova Gala starting in Kazan (Russia) where she was born in 1894, through the Davos sanatorium (Switzerland), where she met her first husband, Paul Eluard, and then on to Paris until she arrived at Cadaqués, where she met Salvador Dalí in 1929. Dalí with his visionary and paranoiac mind recognizes Gala as a kindred spirit. New York, Paris and once again Cadaqués are the new destinations of a journey which ends in the Castillo de Públo, where Gala lies alone at the side of the empty tomb of her beloved Salvador Dalí. We know about all this from the texts written by Gala herself, by her friend Anastasia Tsvetaieva, and by her brilliant husbands Eluard and Dalí as well as from the interviews with people who knew her.
Clearly one of the great "muses" of the 20th century, Elena Dimitrievna Diakonova, better known as Gala, cut an extraordinary swath across much of modern culture. Soon after leaving Russia she met the poet Eluard in Davos, and would later become his wife. Through Eluard she gained access to the Parisian avant-garde, and established relations with several other notable figures. But it was her decades-long relationship with Salvador Dalí that more than anything else created her legend. Constantly cited by Dalí as his key inspiration, Gala formed a bond with him that was sensual, intellectual and mystical; they seemed intent on living in their own, private world with its own rules and conventions Through interviews with some of those who knew her, as well as by passages from texts written by Gala herself, Silvia Munt has conjured up a fascinating look at an endlessly intriguing woman.