A remarkably faithful adaptation brings David Suchet’s reign as Hercule Poirot to an end after almost 25 years (24 years and 10 months, to be precise!). This is far from the end of Agatha Christie on screen, but it certainly feels like a sad, sad day.
“Shots in the dark, Poirot. Shots in the dark.”
— Stephen Norton
As the nights draw in, Hercule Poirot is back – for the penultimate time – in yet another fascinating take on a Christie book.
(I’m having a little problem with my screenshots at the moment, so please forgive the text-heavy review…)
“Better not to be a detective at all than a detective who has failed.”
— Hercule Poirot
A word to the wise for those who have been asking: the complete series will be released on DVD on November 18th, and is now available for pre-order from Amazon and the usual outlets.
Emma Hamilton as Sally Legge
Welcome back, mes amis, as we head to the beautiful surrounds of Agatha Christie’s real-life Greenway Estate for a new adaptation of her late novel, Dead Man’s Folly.
“It’s better to be rich, isn’t it?”
— Lady Hattie Stubbs