Young Erotic Fanny Hill

Directed by Joseph W. Sarno
Joseph W. Sarno
Film Movement Classics
1971
80 Minutes
USA
English
Drama, Erotic
Aspect Ratio: 16x9
Sound: 2.0 Stereo
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Synopsis

A lost and virtually unknown entry in sexploitation auteur Joe Sarno’s filmography, The Young Erotic Fanny Hill tells the story of three uninhibited young women who revel in the hedonism of the early ‘70s East Village. Lenore leaves her lover Fanny, and moves to New York with two friends. Pressed for money, the girls embrace nude modeling on the squalid, bare mattresses of their apartment floor. A minimalist drum soundtrack and spare camera work complement this impressionistic tale, possibly inspired by Morrissey’s Trash.

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