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||IMDB Rating: 5.4/10 from 1,943 votes
||Release: 11 March 1971 (Netherlands) /
||Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy
||Director: Christian Marquand,
||Stars: Anita Pallenberg, Charles Aznavour, Elsa Martinelli, Enrico Maria Salerno, Ewa Aulin, Fabian Dean, James Coburn, Joey Forman, John Astin, John Huston, Marlon Brando, Richard Burton, Ringo Starr, Sugar Ray Robinson, Walter Matthau
||Synopsis: Candy Christian is an innocent young girl when she first hears NcPhito, an alcoholic Welsh poet, talk of love and self-sacrifice. Candy narrowly escapes McPhisto's attempt to rape her, only to succumb to her father's Mexican gardener, Emmanuel. When her father catches her with the gardener, he banishes her to a trip with his twin brother, Uncle Jack, and Jack's wife Aunt Livia, who are headed for New York City. As Candy makes her way to the airport, Emmanuel's three sisters attack her because she has corrupted their brother. Because of Candy, Emmanuel has now forsaken the priesthood. During the scuffle, Candy's father takes a blow to the head, resulting in a serious head injury. Candy nearly gives in to a General Smight on the plane in exchange for a blood transfusion for her father. In New York, an ego-maniacal brain surgeon Dr. Krankeit operates on her father, while Uncle Jack pursues his own operation on Candy. When Candy bashes him with a bedpan, Uncle Jack is put in her father's ... Written by alfiehitchie
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There was a beautiful brief moment in cinema history when film makers
freed themselves of the shackles of form and found fun, exciting ways
to tell stories. Movies became groovy mind-blowing experiences that
forced the viewer to follow the plot as it tripped all over the screen.
Unfortunately Jaws came along and reminded the studios of how much
money they could be making and the experiment was declared a failure.
But during this brief period such wonderful and largely buried
treasures as Beyond the Valley of the Dolls, Myra Breckenridge, Magic
Christian and Vanishing Point (only Easy Rider seems to have survived
the era with its reputation in tact) were created and have since been
embraced by the odd as their own. But perhaps the most reviled of the
lot has been the film Candy.
Candy tells the simple tale of a sweet young thing that goes out into
the world to grow but finds herself confronted at every turn by typical
male stereotypes (played by some of the biggest stars of the day) who
really only have one goal in mind. Along the way she meets up with the
artist (Richard Burton), the soldier (Walter Matthau), the healer
(James Coburn) and the guru (Marlon Brando) among others. Candy wants
to free her mind but each man tries (and some succeed) to free her of
her panties. Despite the premise Candy is more like a teasing Roger
Vadim film (think Barbarella) and the nudity is kept to an absolute
minimum. The biggest surprise is even with the big name cast, the films
best performance belongs to John Astin as Candy's Father and also as
her lecherous Uncle who has his own designs on her. The supporting cast
is definitely one of the films high points along with the terrific
score that features some trippy space tunes along with classic rock.
Sadly there are some faults though.
The script by Buck Henry is very hit and miss with some excellent lines
immediately followed by many that just produce cringes in the audience.
The lead actress Ewa Aulin is lovely to look at but delivers all of her
lines like she has just learned them phonetically and has no idea what
she is saying and the directer allows the pace to drag at many points.
Still if the films from this era interests you than this one should be
required viewing. There is an excellent DVD available so there is no
excuses for passing on this under-rated gem.
Tags for Candy Full Movie
, Charles Aznavour
, Elsa Martinelli
, Enrico Maria Salerno
, Ewa Aulin
, Fabian Dean
, James Coburn
, Joey Forman
, John Astin
, John Huston
, Marlon Brando
, Richard Burton
, Ringo Starr
, Sugar Ray Robinson
, Walter Matthau
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