"Make love, not war" was the motto of the day. It was the age of pacifism, rejection of authority figures, the demise of organized religion, the sexual revolution, the "back-to-the-land" movement, communes, experimenting with drugs, oriental spirituality - the age of the Quebec hippies. This collection takes a cinematic look at Quebec counter-culture, starting with Expo 67 and leading up to the rise to power of the Parti Québécois in 1976. As told through heartfelt commentary by some of the leading figures of this eventful era, Quebec flower power meant much more than just sex, drugs and rock n' roll. Nearly 50 years later, the "great emancipation" of the 60s and 70s still has a profound influence on today's society.