Ever, Reve, Helene Cixous films the roads to creation of a feminist legend, a 1968 activist, a famous playwright and poet who shares all the “wars of liberation” of our time. With friends like the philosopher Jacques Derrida, the artist Adel Abdessemed, with Ariane Mnouchkine and her cosmopolitan theatre company, Cixous explores the wounds our time and allows us to ear the cry of literature. The history of dozens of members of her German-Jewish family who were assassinated in the death camps, and the trauma of the wars of decolonization are never far, for this major figure who was born in Algeria shortly before the start of the Second World War. It flows like a work of fiction. "Ever, Rêve, Hélène Cixous" is a poetic journey. The characters are depicted by a cinematic language that privileges a non-authoritative technique, with no interviews and through a sequential progression whose goal is to unveil the mysteries of an artist’s creative search, of her intimate inspirations, and of her political involvements as a public intellectual.