Romy Schneider and Alain Delon immediately fall in love and settle in Paris where they become engaged and incarnate one of cinema’s most charismatic and glamourous couple. Helped by her fiancé who presents her to the major directors of the 1960s, the actress’s career expands itself and she delivers a whole new image, far from the naive roles of her native country. But Alain Delon is unstable in his romances and leaves Romy Schneider in 1964. As a forgiving gift, the actor imposes the actress considered a has-been at the time, on the set of The Swimming Pool, in 1968: her career is launched again while fans are delighted to catch a glimpse of the sensual and beautiful couple, reunited at least, on screen.