The story of Camus is told from the point of view of the women who are most important to him: his mother, his wife and various lovers, especially actors and at the end of his life (he was 46) a young Danish student. I hope to rehabilitate him by reading another, more objective biography - or even better - many of his wonderful works. Myth of Sisyphos, La Peste, and many more.
He was portrayed as a volatile genius, but not as a man who took responsibility for his nervous wife and children. And especially not as a philosopher.
Outstanding anouk grinberg as Madame Camus.