The story of William Dorrit, imprisoned as a debtor in Marshalsea prison
Highly regarded today as one of the greatest novels of English literature, Little Dorrit presents both a scathing indictment of mid-Victorian England and a devastating insight into the human condition.
Against a background of administrative and financial scandal, Dickens tells the moving story of the old Marshalsea prisoner who inherits a fortune and his devoted daughter’s love for a man who believe he has done with love.
Main title from Little Dorrit (1987) part one (Nobody’s Fault).
Little Dorrit - GB (Sands/Cannon), 1987, 357 minutes, Technicolor, Christine Edzed (Writer), Charles Dickens (Novel), Christine Edzard (Director)