Cazareth broke up with Camus a few months ago when she heard of Fang Xin's pregnancy. Camus always told Cazareth that Fangxin was just a "sister" to him, and it was no wonder that the fact that "my sister was pregnant" would make the young Cazareth uneasy. Kazaleis is only twenty-two years old, and there are many male suitors. "Children of Heaven" has also successfully shaped Kazaleis into a superstar. How could Camus be a spoiler? While Camus was busy changing diapers, she had targeted email list to break the hearts of a few admirers. Camus wants to forget about Cazareth, so he drowns in his work. He goes to the Théâtre Hébertot every day to rehearse his new work Caligula. Leading the charge is a very handsome young unknown actor named Gérard Philipe.
Philip plays Caligula, the Roman emperor who transcends good and evil and pursues his absolute freedom. Camus believes that "Caligula" shows the most tragic mistake of human beings - establishing one's own freedom on the unfreedom of others. On September 5, 1945, Camus's wife, Fang Xin, gave birth to twins, Catherine and Jean, while Camus was busy rehearsing. Camus was very excited at first, but the excitement didn't last long.
Camus' mother-in-law and sister-in-law have come to Paris from Algiers to help Fangxin with the children, but Camus is still not very used to his new role. What distressed him most was the lack of time to work and the silent demands of his wife. It was only then that he began to understand and envy the agreement between Beauvais and Saudi: never have children, neither with each other nor with anyone else. Kessler said to his British girlfriend Mamie Page: It's okay to get married, but not to have children.