Juliette Greco, Room 42
After the second World War, Juliette Gréco discovered the intellectual and artistic thrill that was the Left Bank and rapidly became the muse of Saint-Germain-des-Près. She was part of the existentialist poetry and philosophy movement which listened to jazz in the area's cellars. She sang songs written by Boris Vian and Jean-Paul Sartre, and fell in love with Miles Davis. In the 60s she had the iconic lead role in a French television series called "Belphégor". This elegant woman, dressed in black, still sings the words of contemporary poets.