I’m currently watching Agatha and the Curse of Ishtar, which – as the title suggests – is a pastiche on Christie’s travel to Iraq. The opening scene on the train strongly reminds me of her novel Absent in the Spring, so I am sure the filmmakers have actually read her work.
I’m really enjoying it.
I’ve also just looked it up and it seems to be written by the same writer – Tom Dalton – who created Agatha and the Truth of Murder, which against all odds I also enjoyed immensely.
And you all know how much I don’t usually enjoy historical fiction or pastiche.
Anyway, I’ll probably get back to reading tomorrow.
(Photo found here)
I had no idea these movies existed 😀 And at least the Truth of Murder is on Amazon here so I know what I’ll check out soon
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They are not true to fact, but to me they were close in atmosphere and feel. I really liked them as tributes to Christie’s work.Nice photography, too.
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