A whodunnit thriller set in the 1950s is filmed against the backdrop of Agatha Christie''s play in London''s West End, where a Hollywood producer is inclining to star it.
When it comes to adapting the play for the screen, Christie did not desire a movie until the theatrical run ended. But that remains the last of their concerns when director Leo Kopernick (Adrien Brody) is murdered in the theatres costume room.
The film combines the traditions whodunnit fans who love and care about, laughing at them along the way, and features a great star-studded cast including Saoirse Ronan, Sam Rockwell, and Reece Shearsmith.
Everyone wants to know the culprit and why they''ve done it, so you can read on to get the answers to it.
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Inspector Stoppard (Sam Rockwell) and Constable Stalker (Saoirse Ronan) are on the stand to discover what happened to Leo Kopernick, along with a list of potentially suspects.
It''s no easy task, and for a moment, Stalker convinces herself that Stoppard was to blame and is trying to hide things up, but this theory is ruled out once and for all when the killer manifests themselves in a rather horrifying way.
Several of the other suspects receive an invitation to Agatha Christie''s residence, which they fall for, giving the killer the chance to ambush everyone and out themselves as the perpetrator of Kopernick''s murder.
This is your last chance to avoid spoilers, because we''re about to reveal the person responsible, and it''s a wacky twist! Scroll down and we''ll tell you everything...
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The killer, who spies the house of Agatha Christie, is revealed to be Dennis the Usher (Charlie Cooper), who arrives on the scene and puts them all into the drawing room, and he is armed with a rifle. Bet you did not see that one coming! Well done!
With a wide range of let''s say, interesting characters, it''s possible that people forgot about the usher, but he knows for sure that Leo Kopernick was killed, the main one being that his production would be halted for the sake of.
Why did Dennis kill Leo?
It turns out that Dennis has some personal reasons for he wanted to have his job stopped, and thats a fairly clear conviction. It turns out he was the real boy whose narrative was inspired by, and he felt they were exploiting his life and devastating story for profit.
After Dennis''s initial intentions to cancel the production had been hampered, he had killed Leo in an attempt to keep things fixed for good. Next, he was executed by Mervyn Cocker-Norris (David Oyelowo) on Friday.
Now that everyone was gathered in Agatha Christie''s house, his final aim was to kill the author himself as revenge for what she had written about his life, but he had once again been ecstatic as the person he had rolled up in a carpet and brought to the scene isn''t who he believed.
Edana Romney had been kidnapped by Dennis, with the real Christie sitting next to the kitchen, and she had heard everything she was going on, giving her a chance to recover.
What happens to Dennis?
Any person whodunnit is putting an end to his murder spree with a certain consequence, but for Dennis the Usher, he finds a somewhat horrifying conclusion that puts an end to his murder spree.
Stoppard arrives on the scene and is confronted with chaos, where Dennis is attempting to kill Agatha Christie, but he''s distracted when he attempts to shoot the Inspector. This gives Christie a window, and she uses it.
The writer defeats Dennis with a shovel, making sure there''ll be no more murders. Because of this, production continued as planned, and Stoppard and Stalker both received praises.
Next week, an homage to whodunnits is made, with Inspector Stoppard directing the audience not to give away the secret as they are now accomplices to murder, and tearing the fourth wall using tradition.