Vile, damaged March (full of poison, and new to town)
Brings on an event that’ll require the rep of the Crown.
From Thornton: extraordinary storytelling
Visually commanding, and so compelling.
Doolans: brilliant work (as a boy used to being pushed down).
Missing his scheduled rest break fills Poirot with dread.
But he's needed (because: Oops! Someone's dead!)
To nominate the accused.
Strong cast, but under-used.
Highlight: some interesting camera angles (overhead).
Terrific chemistry between Isaac and Chastain
As a couple navigating drama and pain
In an industry that's so aggressive.
Again, Chandor's direction is impressive:
Trademark high stakes - so much to lose or gain.