All the gorgeous hippies weren't in the United States, you know. Michèle Mercure is a perfect example of the Canadian flower children who helped forge the sexual revolution up North. Michèle's particularly stunning in Loving and Laughing (1971), where she's all sunny innocence as a naked gal frolicking on the beach--and also happy to share her shower stall with a girlfriend. It's a much different Michèle than we see in East End Hustle (1976), where she had a hardened look that made her topless tough-girl pose seem even sexier. Hey, it was a long way from the '60s by then. Michèle worked steadily, though, until a turn as a lovely secretary in Au pays de Zom (1983). Then she went the way of the Summer of Love.