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And Then There Were None: Miniseries (2015)
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as Judge Lawrence Wargrave
as Vera Claythorne
as Anthony Marston
as Det Sgt William Blore
as Doctor Edward Armstrong
as Philip Lombard
as General John MacArthur
as Cyril Ogilvie Hamilton
as Emily Brent
as Thomas Rogers
as Ethel Rogers
as Isaac Morris
as Olivia Ogilvie Hamilton
as Voice of Leslie MacArthur
as Henry Richmond
Even though it was written in 1939, as a serialized newspaper story, it feels modern in its moral complexities. Fans of British mysteries, cozy or edgy, won't want to miss it.
The BBC's adaptation of Agatha Christie's classic "And Then There Were None" is smart, stylish, sexy and great fun.
And Then There Were None has been reimagined, copied and parodied countless times since 1939, but this stylish update proves the mystery is as irresistible as ever.
This grim and gorgeously made psychological drama might well be the definitive version the book deserves and has been waiting for - only bloodier and a lot sexier than the original text.
Audience Reviews for And Then There Were None: Miniseries
I wish there were more! A fine adaptation of Agatha Christie's novel with great screenwriting, quite good acting, fine costumes, a wonderful location and even better than average music. This short, three-hour miniseries is well worth your time.
An true adaptation of Christie's best selling novel, the pace was a bit slow but it was fun to watch.
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