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'Murder on the Orient Express' (1974)

Limited edition giclee printed on photo rag 308 gsm fine art paper

mystery crime drama


'Murder on the Orient Express' (1974) - film-art
'Murder on the Orient Express' (1974) - film-art
'Murder on the Orient Express' (1974) - film-art
'Murder on the Orient Express' (1974) - film-art
'Murder on the Orient Express' (1974) - film-art
'Murder on the Orient Express' (1974) - film-art
'Murder on the Orient Express' (1974) - film-art
'Murder on the Orient Express' (1974) - film-art
'Murder on the Orient Express' (1974) - film-art
'Murder on the Orient Express' (1974) - film-art
'Murder on the Orient Express' (1974) - film-art
'Murder on the Orient Express' (1974) - film-art
'Murder on the Orient Express' (1974) - film-art
'Murder on the Orient Express' (1974) - film-art
'Murder on the Orient Express' (1974) - film-art
'Murder on the Orient Express' (1974) - film-art
'Murder on the Orient Express' (1974) - film-art
'Murder on the Orient Express' (1974) - film-art
'Murder on the Orient Express' (1974) - film-art
'Murder on the Orient Express' (1974) - film-art
'Murder on the Orient Express' (1974) - film-art

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'Murder on the Orient Express' (1974)

Limited edition giclee printed on photo rag 308 gsm fine art paper

Director: Sidney Lumet

Writers : Paul Dehn

Stars : Albert Finney, Lauren Bacall, Ingrid Bergman

The first class compartment of the December 1935 departure of the Orient Express from Istanbul is full, unusual for this time of the year. Regardless, famed and fastidious Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot, who needs to get back to London immediately, is able to secure last minute passage in the compartment with the assistance of his friend, Signor Bianchi, one of the directors of the train line who is also making the trip. Some of the first class passengers seem concerned about Poirot's presence on the train. At least one of them has reason to be concerned, as later, another first class passenger, who earlier in the trip asked Poirot to provide protection for him due to several death threats, is found murdered in his stateroom by multiple stabbings. At the time the victim is found, the train is unexpectedly stopped and delayed due to snow in remote Yugoslavia, which may be problematic for the murderer in getting away now that Poirot is on the case, which he is doing as a favour to ...