She was the French yéyé’s romantic and tormented songwriter, he was their clownish playboy: two of the 1960s legendary muses were meant to get together. But being a couple is not obviously synonymous of being together for the unusual lovers. A couple since 1967 and married since 1981, Françoise Hardy has never hidden her partner’s multiple affairs, his strong taste for alcohol and eccentric night trips. Because the affection and love they have for each other has never faded, the singers propose a new definition of romantic relationships, independent and free: Françoise Hardy, in Paris with her astrology books and cats, Jacques Dutronc, in Corsica with his cigars. She was the first to officially go on a passionate romance with another and he now presents his new partner, Sylvie, to the media. Yet still no separation nor divorce has occured and the two lovers that evoke twins because of their physical similarities are maybe simply that : twins, an emotional unity within two separate bodies.