PG-13 | | Crime, Drama, Mystery
When a murder occurs on the train on which he's travelling, celebrated detective Hercule Poirot is recruited to solve the case.
Michelle Pfeiffer described the making of this movie as "deceptively challenging" due to the nature of the period, and the language used during that era.
The coincidence must seem unbearable.
Hercule Poirot: You may be permitted a coincidence.
In the incredibly tight shots inside the train, there are dozens of hinges that are attached with Phillips head screws. Phillips head screws were first invented in 1930, so it is difficult to imagine they would be installed so prominently on a train in Europe only four years after their invention.
English, French, German, Arabic
AUD 3,851,171 (Australia) (12 November 2017)
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