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It might be on the soundtrack. I thought so, too, but I’ve been told that “The White Mountains” is the track that was previously called “Love”, from the end scene of “The Clocks”.
I did a post on that a while back: I don’t know hedcules the name of the font is, but the one from the early series is fairly close to a font called “Plaza Regular”. I wonder if we’ll ever be able to get the soundtrack to this episode? It seems such a shame, it was stunning, especially the final song! I hope we do, at least if the new soundtrack is a hit. Or perhaps Henson might upload it to his website, as he did with some of the scores from Series But ufortunately Chrisstie don’t think it’s likely.
,abors me also, the atmosphere and character study more than made up for any plot niggles.
A sentence missing in the 2nd last paragraph? One of the best episodes of Poirot. I had no idea what to expect, but the cast were brilliant. Appointment With Death wasn’t quite as good. Despite his tendency to be unfaithful to the original plots, he has pabors ability to create exciting and unexpected screenplays that have been refreshing in this series.
Wish he had adapted The Big Four. Yes, regardless of what one might think of the changes he makes, he does manage to create exciting screenplays! I know herculse is hard to make a screenplay for story stories like this, but in my opinion this adaptation is very disappointing. And it is not only for its screenplay – I also object to the “design” of main location, hotel Olympos.
Almost the entire film you can see a building otherwise pretty nice RAF Halton House which is quite absurdly placed in inappropriate place – in the mountains in the Alps the building with this architecture would not “survive” the first winter nor its residents.
For me this is thd gross mistake. And one could go on On the other side, casting is good maybe dr. But it is only my opinion: Thank you for your opinion! I suppose we will have to disagree, but I can certainly see your point. However, for me, the atmosphere and the character study of Poirot make up for this. We have to bear in mind that, due to budget constraints, they would never be able to actually film in the Alps – this had to be done ‘on the cheap’, as it were, somewhere in the UK.
Also, it’s almost impossible to make a believable story out of something that’s really 12 separate stories with dozens of unrelated characters. The main focus would have to be Poirot and the mysterious characters surrounding him, and for me that makes up for the two negative points you mention. But thank you again for your contribution – much appreciated!
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Great pre finale to a wonderfully genius series of nostalgia poirot and christie are. I thought the plot was complex and would have been difficult to hold for most. I think the atmosphere was superb. I feel we should really be ignoring the technical aspects such as CGI effects etc as they were quite secondary to the plot. We would be missing the point if we harped lwbors alps location and if it was convincing.
The photography was superb nonetheless especially the scene in which the manager francesco comes out to receive his guests and the terrace scenes. The whole focus afatha on assembling random characters together stuck in a hotel for labprs and the end justified the means. Music was mellow keeping in tune with boxed in situation ina hotel unlike rousing hercuules of several other episodes Hope we have more of poirot.
I am from Mumbai india and they showing it on local channels hereI can tell you its been followed here hugely. I think england has gained in the processpoirot has brought her back into people’s minds. I definitely agree that the photography and direction was excellent throughout director Andrew Wilson’s essay in the production notes is great, by the way, explaining the process behind the creative decisions.
Glad to hear Poirot is popular in India! I’m from India and I read almost all Agatha Christie novels during my adolescent years; some later on. Revisited them recently after over 40 years. Would love to have the last four in that series since I have the one on Elephants. YouTube took them down before I could lay my downloading cursor on them! It has been brilliant, nothing has really been missing.
Some things have been replaced and happen in a different order, but overall everything is intact, even the outlandish things. I feel we haven’t really missed out on anything overall. I keep telling people what an achievement this series as a whole really is. Knowing what we know about the behind-the-scenes challenges budget constraints, hrrcules, viewing figures, creative decisions etc just makes chrisstie all the more impressive.
Lots of things have been changed, but they’ve remained true to the characters and the overall aagtha arch’ created by Christie. I’m currently deciphering the stories all over again for a new blog post project, and I’m still pleasantly surprised by how true to the character descriptions etc they have been throughout. I have finally seen it. I should just warn everybody up front that my posts are going to contain a lot of spoilers for the original “Capture of Cerberus” story.
It seems to me and herculex alluded to this that this was a very Moffit-and-Gattis-ian adaptation, in the sense of lwbors over the top, and deviating enormously from the source material while also constantly tipping the hat. Here is yet another tip of the hat: The ski lift seems to parallel this and that’s sort of a pun, Herculew guess.
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This exchange occurs in the story: Where can I find you? Poirot searches the subway frantically and is thoroughly turned on by her mysteriousness. Hell turns out to be a nightclub of which the Countess is sort of an owner.
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Poirot goes on what is a kind of date with her there, but soon learns that the club is being observed by the police because it might be a drugs-for-jewels dropoff – and of course, the Countess is the main suspect. There is an odd discontinuity regarding previous encounters with the Countess in the stories.
In the Double Clue, Poirot sees her only twice, and the first time labrs is pleading for mercy on behalf of Bernard Parker! Although, the other time she is wearing a negligee! In the Big Four, they are supposedly enemies but end up making several deals. What is odd is that in Cerberus they greet each other chrkstie warmly, as old friends, and there are references to agarha the Countess has told Poirot of her early life The references are almost references to the Double Clue adaptation!
In the Big Four novel, Poirot convinces the Countess to save his life and Hastings’ by promising to reunite her with her son whom we have never heard of until this point. Some fans think Poirot was the son’s father. I confess to being rather delighted by the Countess’s taunts about Alice’s paternity again, somewhat the way Moffitt always uses fan theories in Sherlock. And really, up until the Reveal, Alice really seemed to have Poirot genes! Did anyone else get the feeling that Alice’s very existence was rather painful for Poirot?
During the dinner scene, I thought the Countess, in being dismissive of Mr. That conversation, and Alice’s very presence, sort of threw it in Poirot’s face that the Countess had, well I am sure if they had been totally mysterious about Alice’s paternity fans would have speculated that she was Poirot’s daughter. And by the way, if in fact the Countess met Mr. Cunningham after “The Double Clue” Alice is 19 years old at the very most. Poirot’s reaction to Countess assuring him that she had given up crime was ambiguous In the books there is a definite sense that her jewel thefts, and the way she pulls them off, well, turn him on.
I used to dislike her appearance in the Big Four because I thought, the thievery might be kind of exciting, but not the more violent crimes she’s helping the Big Four with. He should disapprove of that. And it seemed that in this adaptation her taking the side of someone who committed murder along with robbery broke the camel’s back for him. If this were any other show but Poirot, I would say, whether a Mr. Cunningham ever actually existed was up for debate, and the Countess’s teasing could suggest Poirot was in fact the father.
The reason I say, “If it were any show but Poirot” is that one really can’t imagine Poirot doing the actual deed.
You can’t imagine him doing anything so And, let’s face it, he and the Countess had opportunities for that while snowbound, if they’d wanted to. Although it is said in the books that his passion for symmetry doesn’t apply to what he finds attractive in women. After watching Lord Edgware, with some dialogue implying that Jane Wilkinson was the first woman who had ever had an effect on Poirot, I was afraid they were going to use the Countess in the Big Four or Labours and play it as their first meeting.
So on that score I am relieved. Having said that, I think there were ways of “tightening up” the continuity more. They could have played a clip or two from Double Clue, as Poirot’s memory? And I really felt Poirot should have said something about hotel bill business. Perhaps that was the beginning of the end for him, so to speak?