In front of love, is still men condemned to be free? Arguably, when in love, the infinite range of possible choices collapses in one, the loved one. Is this a form of mauvaise foi (we convince ourselves that we love that person not to take on the responsibility of possibly loving someone else) or instead we are in front of a real Lacanesque specificity of Desire (we cannot possibly choose anyone else). What was Sartre's view on love as it relates to this perspective? Should love be thought as an exception to mauvaise foi in light of its power of showing us, despite the always-existing range of choices, the specificity of our Desire?