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This adaptation of John Clelland's 18th century novel was broadcast on BBC4 recently. Saying the storyline of an innocent northern country woman who travels to London to seek her fortune it certainly gallops along at an entertaining pace. Along the way, Fanny falls into the clutches of brothel keeper Mrs. Brown, finds her real love, finishes up in the gutter and finally....well, you'll have to watch it yourself to search out! The cast ranges from pretty to grotesques, all enjoy their parts with gusto and the tongue in cheek script provides enough material for all of them to shine. Everyone looks as if they are enjoying themselves. Made with the BBC's usual high production values and eye for historical accuracy, it's naughty, it's bawdy and an enjoyable, lighthearted piece of entertainment. I'm sure that this will eventually search its method onto BBC 2, it certainly deserves a wider audience - so hold an eye out for it and enjoy!
I've seen a 1983 British ver of "Fanny Hill," which was enjoyable in a slap and tickle sort of way. This newest opus is probably a more "serious" treatment, with much less explicit sex than the 1980s film. The young girl testing Fanny here was very attractive, and this adaptation does, I believe, stick to the novel's premise in that Fanny does not create any true apologies for her past. It was circumstances that got her into prostitution, but she basically chose to stay there until it was possible for her to leave it. The movie does comment on the double-standard of that era (and ours still) in that Mr. H. finds what Fanny does to be dishonest while willingly entering brothels himself. Yet some of the males, especially that terminally-ill young boy who wants to pass his last days with Fanny and her co-workers, are sympathetic. Anyway, the costumes were good, period atmosphere authentic, and leading actress lovely (including brief nudity)and entertaining.
Fanny is a young innocent lass from Yorkshire who meets a fresh mate as she heads to London. She finds herself fortunately falling into the care of Mrs Brown and her home for young women. Fanny quickly finds that Mrs Brown's women are not really keeping their virtue for the right young boy but rather are loose girls accessible for payment. With a poor first experience, Fanny flees Mrs Brown with a young boy who she loves and loves her. Things appear to be on the up for the innocent young girl, but later she is back in harm's method with tiny to fall back on but her innocent appeal.I dismissed this when it came out originally because to me it just looked like other bodice ripper with sex and nudity served up in a "high-brow" pack that makes it OK in a method that, for example, nudity in frat-style comedies is crude and wrong. This father snobbish attitude did place me off, plus the fact that my experiences of Andrew Davies recommended that he begins with the sexual content and then works backwards to the substance an approach that doesn't everytime work for me. However I decided to give Fanny Hill a go (oh-err missus) and I'm glad I did because it was enjoyable in a large romping sort of way. The nudity is of course quite explicit for what older viewers will be used to but it is well done because it fits the overall upbeat mood of the film.To my mind there was an element of risk with this because think how tasteless it would have been if the mood hadn't worked, after all this is a storyline about a girl given into prostitution and left with tiny option but to have sex with multiple partners in order to survive. To recommend that this may not be the topics of a fun drama unique is not that unreasonable given the issues of folks trafficking. But it does work and the device of having Fanny narrate her own storyline with a cheeky tone of voice and satisfied reflection; this allows the viewer to relax after all if she is fine with it, we can be too.The storyline is engaging and I was interested in the hero so that the sex and nudity was not the "all" of the movie but rather just an element of the telling. Hawes' direction is nice but the sets and costumes deserve mention they are not convincing in regards the period but they are very nice in regards the category standards and in this method it all works. Night leads the cast really well with a cheerfully large performance but yet also with a certain amount of emotion and genuine feeling. Her help is all nice as well, with everyone on the same category page. Bond, Stansfield, Sheen, Steadman and others all do nice work.Fanny Hill was promoted and discussed in regards the sexual content but this is doing it a disservice because it is more than that. The tone and style is all about being a bawdy romp and it works, covering the rather unsavoury aspects of the story. Ultimately it is a typical BBC period romp but it is an enjoyable and entertaining example thereof, with nice delivery all round.
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