Sabine started her career out in her native France back in 1972 with a bit part in L’Insolent, but it wouldn’t be until 1975 when she landed the leading role in Le Triangle ecorche that she would finally achieve some level of success. Unfortunately, that success would be short-lived; she would never again command a starring presence, and by 1978, with her turn in Le Dossier 51, her career would be officially over. It’s a good thing, then, that Sabine was cast in 1977’s The Man Who Loved Women, considering that it featured her only notable on screen nudity. In it, she provides some of the overwhelmingly gratuitous nudity whilst sitting topless in bed. It’s not much, but it’s certainly worth a look.