PG-13 | | Crime, Drama, Mystery
When a murder occurs on the train he's travelling on, celebrated detective Hercule Poirot is recruited to solve the case.
In 2004, Michelle Pfeiffer was going to star in another Agatha Christie adaptation; Witness for the Prosecution. The film's script was written by her husband, David E. Kelley. This was a remake of the Billy Wilder film Witness for the Prosecution (1957). Pfeiffer was going to play the role of Christine Vole, previously played by Marlene Dietrich.
There is right. There is wrong. There is no in-between.
Poirot writes down the words from the burning paper in his notebook. When he returns to the notebook it is clear that the message has been rewritten as the writing is not exactly the same.
English, French, German, Arabic
AUD 3,851,171 (Australia) (12 November 2017)
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