In Paris in 1880, Auguste Rodin finally receives, at the age of 40, his first order of the State: The Door of Hell, a work composed of figures who will make their glory, as The Kiss and The Thinker. He shares his life with Rose, his eternal companion, when he meets young Camille Claudel, his most talented student, who quickly becomes his assistant and then his mistress. Ten years of passion, but also ten years of admiration and shared complicity. After the dissolution, Rodin continues to work with determination. He must face the rejection and enthusiasm that the sensuality of his sculpture provokes and signs with his Balzac, rejected while living, the undisputed point of departure of modern sculpture.