Murder on the Orient Express movie plot

2022-02-07 15:00
Poirot solved a difficult case for the British military in Palestine, and then drove back to London via Istanbul. On the way, he met Mr. Booker, the director of the old friend International Bus Company, who booked Poirot on the Orient Express at the last minute. ticket. On the train, Poirot met all kinds of passengers, among them a murderous rich American businessman Samuel Ratchett told Poirot that his life was threatened, he was willing to pay a lot of money to let Poirot protect himself, but he was attacked by Poirot. Lo's refusal. When he woke up the next morning, Poirot found the train trapped in snow and Ratchette had died in his box. With the help of Mr. Booker and the doctor Constantine, Poirot begins to investigate the murder, but unexpectedly discovers that it is actually a complicated case. 
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  • Shaun 2022-03-19 09:01:10

    The seriousness and depression of the new version let us say goodbye to the playful Belgian detective ~ but the thinking about law and justice makes Poirot more like a real person ~ the guarantee of the quality of the British adaptation!

  • Ephraim 2022-03-19 09:01:10

    David Suchet perfectly illustrates the Poirot in me. The adaptation of this well-known story shifts the focus to the philosophical/moral discussion of the proposition of "taking life in the name of justice". It is very heavy and excellent. David is very good at Poirot who is in pain, repression and doubt. It's so precise, that emotion is directly contagious to the audience. When I think of the ending of Poirot written by my grandmother, I feel even more melancholy. Poirot gets better and better.

Murder on the Orient Express quotes

  • Hector MacQueen: [talking about his father] Casseti's connections threatened to kill me - his son - if he didn't do what they asked! Wha... what was he supposed to do?

    Hercule Poirot: He was supposed to have ensured that justice was done in an open court, monsieur.

  • Hercule Poirot: Then the whole business with this train... the berth bought for a "Mr. Harris"... so no outsider boarded... the red kimono... the watch... All but a farce, was it not, Linda Arden, to make a mockery of Poirot?

    Caroline Hubbard: You were our first piece of of bad luck.

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