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.
Sir Kenneth Branagh really walked atop an actual train for the scene where Poirot does the same, and despite the addition of a safety wire, he found it properly terrifying "for this fifty-six-year-old actor."
You tell your lies and you think no one will know. But there are two people who will know. Yes, two people. Your God... and Hercule Poirot.
During the effort to find a berth on the Orient Express, attendant Pierre Paul Michel stated passengers already booked all First & Second Classe berths or seats, respectively. Second class passengers would have a separate car from the first class passengers. The train pulled only four cars: a baggage, sleeping, dining, and bar car. During the transit and after the train stopped the film neither shows a second class passengers nor do the characters refer to them, ever.
English, French, German, Arabic
AUD 3,851,171 (Australia) (12 November 2017)