Adapted by Andrew Davies, Fanny Hill is the story of a young country girl who falls into a life of prostitution in bawdy 18th-century London.
Forced to take a succession of lovers to survive, she slowly rises to respectability but only after enjoying, wholeheartedly, the pursuit of her craft. A vulnerable Fanny is lured to London after losing her parents to smallpox. Seized upon by notorious madam Mrs Brown, Fanny's virtue is tested by the lascivious Mr Crofts.
After a daring escape with her true love, Charles, Fanny briefly basks in happy domesticity. But when Charles' father – the same Mr Crofts – meets his son's fiancee, he banishes Charles to the West Indies and leaves Fanny alone with spiralling debts.
 The Making Of - includes behind-the-scenes footage & cast interviews
 Stills Gallery
- Number of Discs
- 1.78:1 / Colour
- Stereo / English
- 2 / PAL
- 106 mins