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  79. This created a US scandal and Patty Hearst has become a pop culture fixture. Further misfortunes drive her to accept a job as a prostitute from the conniving Mrs. Brought to you by Watch4HD.
  81. The main movie genre categories for The Fortunes and Misfortunes of Moll Flanders are: Comedy, Drama, Romance. A TV adaptation of the classic Alexandre Dumas novel.
  83. The Fortunes and Misfortunes of Moll Flanders - Amanda, an ardent Jane Austen fan, lives in present day London with her boyfriend Michael, until she finds she's swapped places with Austen's fictional creation Elizabeth Bennett. Camille is a courtesan in Paris.
  85. Alex Kingston IS Moll Flanders. This is the real thing! We get to see the real, harsh struggles of Moll in this adaptation, and how out of the muck and grime Moll finds herself. There is no happy ending here, you can bet that, but at least you get a real story that is more appropriate to the times. That is worth much more to me than a smiling happy face, in the end. This is a real, gritty film - not cheap. The novel is the archetypal bodice ripper but the Fortunes and Misfortunes of Moll Flanders is far more than that. It is a well constructed, well acted, well directed period drama of the type the British TV Industry does so well. Alex Kingston is exceptional in the title roll, her defection to the States from the UK is a real loss and the cast list is like a who's who of British TV. Particularly good is Diana Rigg. All in all my words cannot really do it justice, if you get the opportunity to see it then please do. It is really well worth it. You may find yourself watching this entire 4-hour movie all in one sitting like I did. Although it is a Mobil Masterpiece Theater presentation, it is also available on video. If you think you're in for some boring English drama, brace yourself, as it is very fast-paced, erotic, and often shockingly funny. Although Moll does many bad things, we root for her the whole way. Diana Rigg is also a hoot as a mother-in-law that reveals herself to be something more. Daniel Defoe's condemnation of society as unforgiving of the monsters it creates is still as relevant today as when it was written. As long as you have an open mind about sex, nudity and immoral behavior onscreen, prepare to be fascinated. A fun romp set from Daniel Defoe's 1722 novel focusing a poor orphan girl who seeks wealthy life in England. Born in London's Newgate prison , at the beginning she becomes a house servant , and after that , Moll embarks on her first marriage , but being soon widowed and then she decides to make her own way and fortune as well as misfortunes. As Moll Alex Kingstone is a beautiful female chased around every bedchamber in London town. Moll Flanders female derivative of Tom Jones plots to get ahead through an advantageous series of romances and marriages. Moll ulteriorly marries various lovers , and briefly finds happiness in America until she to be aware by her actual mother Diana Rigg that married to a brother , committing incest. But Moll's plans are ruined again when she falls in love for a mysterious aristocrat , who results to be a wanted highway man Daniel Craig. As she falls for an impoverished stagecoach robber and she flees from him. Her ulterior life as a whore and thief leads her to drink and near suicide , despite the unwavering friendship of another robber female , and subsequently , things get dreary , landing in prison and a likely candidate for the gallows. However , the ever-enterprising Flanders always finds her way. Not surprisingly , love , cash and marriages conquer all. As at the end , Sir James and lady Molly Seagrave became very rich and well respected citizens , one of the foremost families in America , and quite forgot their former crimes... We cannot always be wringing our hands over the past. In truth , we do what we must , get by any way we can. We are all on the Wheel of Fortune. TV Mini-series in four episodes well played , compellingly made and adequately setting. A series much after the style of ¨Tom Jones¨ and ¨Fanny Hill¨ with bag of incident and color. This period piece turns out to be the 4th on-screen adaptation of Daniel Defoe's 1722 novel , though it misses of the lip-smacking period relish spoiled with abundant sexual scenes , nudism and mediocre photography. Being pretty faithfully to Defoe novel in telling the fortunes and misfortunes of this lively hustler who eventually finds herself working at the brothel of greed and with a scheming landlady. This adaptation moves the setting of the novel forward a few decades. Nice acting from Alex Kingstone as the wickedly seductive Moll , a spirited heroine who becomes a robber , a prostitute , marries several times and eventually winds up in prison. Alex Kingstone holds everything together with help a talented supporting casting. As the secondary cast is frankly good such as Christopher Fulford , James Fleet , Diana Rigg , Tom Ward , Roger Ashton-Griffiths , Ronald Frazer and Daniel Craig who years later would star in the James Bond films. Other films based on the bawdy , rousing retelling from Daniel Defoe's novel are the followings : ¨ The amorous adventures of Moll Flanders¨ 1965 by Terence Young with Kim Novak , Richard Johnson , Lilli Palmer , Vittorio De Sica , George Sanders , Leo McKern ; and ¨Moll Flanders¨ 1996 by Pen Densham with Robin Wright Penn , Stockard Channing , Brenda Fricker , John Lynch and Morgan Freeman as a dignified servant. Furthermore , TV rendition 1976 ¨Moll Flanders¨ with Julia Foster , Kenneth Haigh , Barry Jackson and Ian Ogilvy. The story of Moll Flanders, thief and whore, is brought to the screen in four episodes written by period drama specialist Andrew Davies and performed by the peerless Alex Kingston. When we first meet Moll, she lives in the house of the Mayor of Colchester, coquettishly flirting with his two sons. By the time we leave her she's been through five husbands, found the story of her origins, and turned to stealing and prostitution. But will she ultimately triumph? This drama is fairly explicit - there's nudity and sex scenes galore. But Kingston is terrific as Moll and there are many other pleasures - Daniel Craig, Diana Rigg. Put the children in bed early and enjoy a fun nd well-done adaptation for the grown-ups. I've seen this 4-part film at once 230 min. On the contrary, the movie caught my attention readily, as it tells this story very well. Alex Kingston is great in the part of this young woman who struggles to be a wealthy gentlelady, even if it requires surrendering her virtue in any way. It's a wonderful movie and I strongly recommend it. This is a delightful tale of an orphan born in Newgate prison where her mother was waiting to be hanged. Gypsies take the infant, Moll, to a small town where she is raised by a wealthy family with two sons. One is her first love, but he passes her to his brother who marries her. After he dies, she marries a businessman, who leaves her when his fortune is depleted. Moll then marries a ship's captain, who takes her to his prosperous Virginia plantation. She learns a shocking family secret so she returns to England alone to begin a new life. She meets and marries again, but this time her true love, Jemmy, is not what he appears. He has no fortune and makes a living as a highwayman. They part and she marries again. When the next husband dies, she is left a pauper. In desperation she becomes a thief. She is imprisoned in the place of her birth, awaiting the a sentence to be carried out. Moll is a survivor. Will she cheat the hangman? I enjoyed this film very much because of its refreshing blend of drama and humor. Alex Kingston stars as the titular heroine, who plays the character with remarkable integrity and gusto, exactly how she is meant to be. The production spares no details of Moll's dubious careers, and succeeds in angering and moving the audience to tears within minutes of each other. Top class actors, accurate costumes and wonderful settings combined with a tight script results in an intoxicating concoction of televisual brilliance. This adaptation made in 1996 is still as popular as ever, and the new Moll Flanders film is not a patch on this. It is very faithful to the novel and yet still adds its own elements to the original story, adapting it for a more modern audience. Years ago when this aired on Baton Rouge's WLPB PBS station it was HEAVILY edited! Only after someone reminded me that it was being re-shown on WYES in New Orleans UNCUT I eagerly tuned in! Totally changed the entire direction of the movie! I don't think stations should be allowed to run cut movies. Show it at a later time but don't hack up good movies, especially a classic just for someones Puritanical nonsense! Dialogue is well written. But the characters bring little sympathy as they are all flawed and selfish. Everyone was so corrupted by lies and immorality that I couldn't relate personally and I tired of all Moll's bad decisions. I come away feeling like no one was admirable in this. This movie would be NC-17 if it were rated. There must be 15 sex scenes. You can get the gist of the fact she's having sex with lots of people without showing us every single one, in detail. If you like period movies, there are many better ones. Try North and South or Cranford by Gaskell, or there are many excellent Charles Dickens movies like Nicholas Nickleby and the newest Oliver Twist. Entertaining but flawed screen version of Dafoe's novel. Kingston is excellent as Flanders and the rest of the cast does well also. The claustrophobic sets and many close-in shots add to the personal and earthy! The only problem I have with the movie is the pacing I didn't read the book, but most movies based on books seem to have this same problem. Some sequences are given too much screen time and other elements are glossed over. I liked this version of this film better than any other. At least the host of PBS's MT admits that liberties were taken with the original work. A potentially poignant film is - per usual- smeared with cinematic fecal matter so predictably painted like graffiti in a subway. I think I've seen more of Alex Kingston's nips than my own in the last six months. What should have been the Les Miserables of England is reduced to wanton balderdash, having negated the seriousness of the underlying theme. Though beautifully filmed, the audience's intelligence is mocked by bottom feeder's fodder. It seems the producer's M. My copy is now on order. This time old Hollywood got it right. The Kim Novak Moll Flanders version played tongue-in-cheek with an attractive heroine and suggested content was entirely more appreciable. It was a female Tom Jones and well done as such. The rendering here starts off on the wrong foot with a repulsive sweat hog of a heroine not credible by any stretch as even attractive, much less alluring to gentlemen. Just a fleshy bar maid sort. Many a kitchen or parlor maid could be done up as well. But we have this flared nostril milch cow being offered as a temptress. Everything after that is a farce rendered in ribald distaste.
  86. But Kingston is terrific as Moll and there are many other pleasures - Daniel Craig, Diana Rigg. But the characters print little sympathy as they are all flawed and selfish. Alex Kingston stars as the titular heroine, who plays the character with remarkable integrity and gusto, exactly how she is meant to be. This movie would be NC-17 if it were rated. The production spares no details of Moll's dubious careers, and succeeds in angering and moving the audience to tears within minutes of each other. Moll meets handsome young American sea captain Lemuel Golightly, who marries her and takes her to Virginia and a good life style, along with his mother. When we first file Moll, she lives in the house of the Mayor of Colchester, coquettishly flirting with his two sons. This time old Hollywood got it right. It is there that Moll first meets Hibble, who is working as Allworthy's serv. This drama is fairly explicit - there's nudity and sex elements galore.

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