And Then There Were None

Series title with ten crumbled Jade figurinesBBC produced an adaptation of Agatha Christie’s classic thriller Ten Little Indians (And Then There Were None) this late December. A month ago, I searched, found and watched a 1974 film adaptation of the novel starring Oliver Reed and was not satisfied by it. This is by far the best production, a three-part mini series on the material, to commemorate the author’s 125th birthday.

The dramatization of course had some deviation from the original story but this one succeeded pretty well.

Must-watch.

 

 

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