Candy is a 1968 satirical comedy film directed by Christian Marquand, adapted from the novel by Terry Southern and Mason Hoffenberg. Candy (Ewa Aulin) is a naive young woman who becomes entangled with several peculiar individuals - from a sexually frustrated poet to a mysterious guru and even a deranged surgeon. Each character represents a particular facet of excess from the 1960s counterculture. The film features an ensemble cast with stars like Marlon Brando, James Coburn, Richard Burton, and Ringo Starr, offering a psychedelic blend of comedy, critique, and absurdity.
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