Want Free Access to Galia Pics & Clips?


Galia (1966)

Great Nudity!

Top Scene


A sexy Good Samaritan stops a depressed woman from committing suicide, then ruins her life in other ways in the French-Italian noir Galia (1966). '60s French stalwart Mireille Darc plays the eponymous do-gooder who interferes with poor Nicole (Françoise Prévost) when the young woman tries to take a fatal plunge into the Seine. Galia’s so affected by the experience that she decides to pay a visit to Nicole’s husband--the cad who’s causing all of her grief. Galia falls head over heels for the schlub, complicating the situation even further. The plot is dark and twisted, but director Georges Lautner keeps the proceedings light-hearted in true '60s Euro fashion, finding plenty of excuses to shoot lithe Darc in her petite French birthday suit.