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''Candy'' is a 2006 Australian drama film based on a novel by Luke Davies, directed by Neil Armfield and starring Creator/HeathLedger, Abbie Cornish, and Creator/GeoffreyRush.

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''Candy'' is a 2006 Australian drama film based on a novel by Luke Davies, directed by Neil Armfield and starring Creator/HeathLedger, Abbie Cornish, Creator/AbbieCornish, and Creator/GeoffreyRush.


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''Candy'' is a 2006 Drama movie starring Creator/HeathLedger, Abbie Cornish, and Creator/GeoffreyRush in a tale of love and addiction. A poet named Dan (Ledger) meets an artist named Candice, aka Candy (Cornish). Their love is based on fierce passion, creativity, the joy of being together, and heroin. The film follows their life together as they struggle with love and addiction.

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''Candy'' is a 2006 Drama movie Australian drama film based on a novel by Luke Davies, directed by Neil Armfield and starring Creator/HeathLedger, Abbie Cornish, and Creator/GeoffreyRush in a tale of love and addiction. Creator/GeoffreyRush.

A poet named Dan (Ledger) meets an artist named Candice, aka Candy (Cornish). Their love is based on fierce passion, creativity, the joy of being together, and heroin. The film follows their life together as they struggle with love and addiction.



* StreetWalker: Candy starts off offering sexual favors to get the couple more money, moves on to a brothel, and is down to Street Walker by the end of the movie.

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* StreetWalker: Candy starts off offering sexual favors to get the couple more money, moves on to a brothel, and is down to Street Walker by the end of the movie.movie.

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* [[BreakHisHeartToSaveHim Break Her Heart To Save Her]]: [[spoiler:Dan knows that his relationship with Candy will just lead to them falling into addiction again, so her gives her up.]]

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* [[BreakHisHeartToSaveHim Break Her Heart To Save Her]]: [[spoiler:Dan knows that his relationship with Candy will just lead to them falling into addiction again, so her he gives her up.]]



* NoMatterHowMuchIBeg: Candy, after three days of going cold turkey, call Casper, leaving a long message begging for drugs, admitting that she'd told him to not do it no matter how much she begged...

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* NoMatterHowMuchIBeg: Candy, after three days of going cold turkey, call calls Casper, leaving a long message begging for drugs, admitting that she'd told him to not do it no matter how much she begged...

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* [[BreakHisHeartToSaveHim Break Her Heart To Save Her]]: [[spoiler:Dan knows that his relationship with Candy will just lead to them falling into addiction again, so her gives her up.]]
* DiesWideOpen: [[spoiler:Casper]]

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''Candy'' is a 2006 Drama movie starring Creator/HeathLedger, Abbie Cornish, and Creator/GeoffreyRush in a tale of love and addiction. A poet named Dan (Ledger) meets an artist named Candice, aka Candy (Cornish). Their love is based on fierce passion, creativity, the joy of being together, and heroin. The film follows their life together as they struggle with love and addiction.

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!!This movie contains examples of:
* ArtisticStimulation: Subverted. As Dan and Candy fall deeper and deeper into addiction, they do less and less of their art.
* AutoErotica: On their way out to their new home, Dan and Candy stop for a quickie.
* GoingColdTurkey: Dan and Candy try it after she learns she's pregnant. It doesn't go well and it doesn't stick.
* NoMatterHowMuchIBeg: Candy, after three days of going cold turkey, call Casper, leaving a long message begging for drugs, admitting that she'd told him to not do it no matter how much she begged...
* RoomFullOfCrazy: Candy's poem to Dan, written across the walls of their house.
* StreetWalker: Candy starts off offering sexual favors to get the couple more money, moves on to a brothel, and is down to Street Walker by the end of the movie.

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