When they met in 1956, Niki de Saint Phalle and Jean Tinguely never imagined that they would spend the next twenty years of their lives together. They had little in common. Their upbringings, their ideologies, and their visions of art and life all differed. And yet, they fell in love, married and came to form a unique creative duo that fascinated the media. In 1996, they created their first large-scale work called Hon/Elle, a monumental sculpture that visitors could enter to discover Tinguely’s many other creations. This documentary paints a portrait of two unique creative minds, united by art and an exploration of space.
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