Novelist, philosopher, journalist, playwright… Albert Camus embodies the rebel who rejects totalitarianism and all forms of tyranny and oppression. His views have gone down in history and still resonate with current issues.
This film traces his struggles and commitments and reveals little-known aspects of his personal life, a key to understanding his work.
A documentary containing previously unseen images and powerful accounts by his daughter, Catherine Camus, the rapper Abd Al Malik and the philosopher Raphaël Enthoven.
Winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1957 Camus remains one of the most widely read French writers in the world and is more relevant today than ever.