TV Mini-Series | | Drama, Romance
The story of Nan Astley who falls in love with three different women on her journey to stardom and happiness in 1887 Victorian England.
As Nan Astley explains to Florence Banner in the final episode, "Tipping the Velvet" was a Victorian euphemism for cunnilingus.
Nancy Nan Astley:
But I didn't want to be her sister... I wanted to be her sweetheart!
The roses Kitty gives out in her act are obviously artificial. But later when Nan shows Kitty she kept the rose she received from her, the rose is wilted.
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