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Agatha Christie’s most celebrated novel sees thirteen passengers travelling through Europe together on the illustrious Orient Express. When one of them is murdered, everyone becomes a suspect. Fortunately, Hercule Poirot – who describes himself as “probably the greatest detective in the world” – is aboard the train, and must solve the puzzle of who the murderer is before they strike again. Alongside Poirot, the train is made up of The Professor, The Butler, The Count, The Assistant, The Governess, The Missionary, The Widow, The Salesman, The Maid, The Doctor and The Princess. Each has their own story to tell, their own version of events, and their own secrets to hide. Kenneth Branagh directs and stars as the renowned literary detective amidst an all-star cast in this classic whodunit.
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