Introduction: The term made explicit in the issue (friendship) has a lot of meaning, especially in François Truffaut's film. In this case study, we are going to focus only on the friendship between Jim and Jules and his different attachments. Which leads us to define this term: friendship. Friendship is explained by a way of hanging out with a person and being in constant harmony with him in every deed and gesture. It is also reflected in the fact of understanding oneself through only one look, which for others would have been nothing but a simple look. It is appropriate to return to this subject by wondering about the friendship between Jim and Jules. Is it really a real friendship? Why so much ambiguity between all the characters in this text? First, we will talk about this ambiguous friendship by relying on various extracts from the film as well as other proofs of my knowledge. And finally I will end with a conclusion that will focus on their relationship. Development: The concept of friendship nowadays sometimes raises questions about the exact meaning of this word. Yet in this excerpt from the book, we fully understand the meaning of the term. In the beginning of the text Jules saw Jim in the shower without any fear, or in the third paragraph when Jim plucked Jules voluntarily. In these two passages, we clearly see the relationship without taboos expressed by the author. This friendship lasts all the extract as well as in other extracts in François Truffaut's book where we can see this friendship. In part 1 of chapter 14 the author unveiled a series of activities made between the two friends: "They made on foot", "a pilgrimage", "They hunted", They ate. "In this book and in several of the texts that we have studied this year, we have seen that a friendship is created by things or activities done with the person. Then as soon as we have arrived at a quantity of things done with the person, then a relationship is born In summary, the duration and the presence of a person influence the relationship that will have with the person. As in the autobiographical novel by Alain Fournier where he speaks of Augustin as well as his friends François. We can see in particular similarities to the level of activities that both perform (when Augustine helps Francis to find the mysterious castle) or the considerable length of time that the two spend together. The two main characters are boys in both texts, which implies that ' there is a resemblance This radical in these two extracts. The time is also similar in the two extracts because we can guess by certain details and some dates that the history of these two books dates from the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century.