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Episode #1.3 

At Sunny Point, justice has fallen out of the hands of the law, and Leo and Gwenda's wedding becomes a theatre of brutal revenge.


Sandra Goldbacher


Agatha Christie (novel), Sarah Phelps

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Matthew Goode ... Philip Durrant
Luke Treadaway ... Dr Arthur Calgary
Bill Nighy ... Leo Argyll
Morven Christie ... Kirsten Lindstrom
Christian Cooke ... Mickey Argyll
Eleanor Tomlinson ... Mary Durrant
Crystal Clarke ... Tina Argyll
Ella Purnell ... Hester Argyll
Luke Murray Luke Murray ... Young Jack
Anthony Boyle ... Jack Argyll
Anna Chancellor ... Rachel Argyll
Abigail Conteh Abigail Conteh ... Young Tina
Rhys Lambert Rhys Lambert ... Young Mickey
Hayden Robertson Hayden Robertson ... Young Hester
Catriona McNicoll ... Young Mary


After another death in the house the children recall Rachel's cruel treatment of them and housekeeper Kirsten as well as her discovery of then husband's affair with Gwenda. In fact every single one of them had cause to be rid of Rachel but only one of them killed her and is punished by the others for letting Jack take the blame. Written by don @ minifie-1

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10 August 2018 (USA) See more »

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Episode 3
15 April 2018 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

With Philip Durrant dead the atmosphere is tense in the Argyll household. With the aid of flashbacks, we find that Rachel Argyll could be horrid to her adopted children and incensed that two of them were closer than they should be.

Arthur Calgary has certainly placed himself in danger and several people wonder if Leo's aloofness is just a mask.

Sarah Phelps has taken liberties with the ending and the actual culprit from the Agatha Christie book. This is not an issue for me as I have never read the book but I guess some purists would be incensed.

This serial had some wonderful production values, some very nicely staged art direction, maybe the best since the early Poirot days of David Suchet. Easily to overlook when most viewers were looking out for the joints for the cast change and re-filming.

A nice, enjoyable adaptation by the BBC which was a lot better than 'Witness to the Prosecution.'

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