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Loving and Laughing

Reggie Parker, son of a wealthy Anglo-Saxon family, is on his way to the Gaspé Peninsula for a short vacation before continuing to Vermont in the United States where his parents have arranged for him to tutor one of the daughters of their friends, the Harrisons. His car breaks down and he is picked up by a “family” of hippies led by Lucien Lapalme who is wanted by police for questioning regarding possession of marijuana. When they find that Reggie’s car will require several days work, they invite him to stay at their “commune” until the repairs are completed.

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Reggie is attracted by the carefree lifestyle of the hippie “family” and by the beauty of one of its members, Lovely. It is decided that Lucien will go to Vermont in his stead and thus avoid the police. Mrs. Harrison, her two daughters (Belinda and Joan), her son (Edgar) and their French maid (Diane) are delighted to see Lucien arrive, and one after the other they try to seduce him. He, however, falls in love with Belinda and the two of them leave for the city.

Meanwhile, Reggie and Lovely have also fallen in love and they too decide to leave their hippie “family” and strike out for the city.

Genre
Spicy Comedy @en
Year
1971
Budget
400,000
Stars
André Lawrence, Sue Petrie, Celine Lomez
Director
John Sone
Writer
Martin Bronstein
Photography
Roger Moride
Editor
Jacques Jean, John Fretz
Running Time
96 minutes
Classification
18+
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