Before he was called Romanès, Alexandre went by the name of Bouglione. One day, he slammed the door of the famous family circus behind him: "Too big, too many stars, too many trucks, it's no longer on a human scale." Twenty years later, he encountered "incredible" Délia, a Romanian Gypsy, who spoke and sang "romanès." They had five children together, four of whom were girls. Alexandre taught them acrobatics, juggling and other circus arts, and established a little circus, called the Cirque Romanès, a Gypsy circus. This family directed by a poet, this clan of traveling acrobats and musicians is determined to preserve what matters for them, the right to be nomads and to live in liberty. An uphill battle in the present climate.