Kenneth Branagh returns as detective Poirot in the new trailer for the film Murder in Venice
After Murder on the Orient Express and Murder on the Nile, the scenario of Poirot’s investigations is the splendid Venice. Here is the new official trailer of the third film by and with Kenneth Branagh based on the novels of Agatha Christie. The appointment at the cinema is set for September 14 next, with a convenient proximity to the Venice International Film Festival which will take place between 30 August and 9 September. The date of September 14, 2023, actors’ strike or not, means that it can be assumed that this new film by and with Kenneth Branagh as Hercule Poirot will be presented in the program of the 80th Venice Film Festival, again less than sensational surprises.
The plot and the trailer of Murder in Venice
This third film by Branagh tells the adventures of the Belgian detective born from the pen of Agatha Christie and is loosely based on the story of Poirot and the Massacre of the Innocentsa novel published by the writer only in 1969, the plot of which however was transplanted from the English village of Woodleigh Common, where it takes place in the book, in the streets and bridges of splendid Venice, as the title suggests. Also this new official trailer of the film, which has an all-star cast made up of the new Oscar winner Michelle Yeoh, Tina Fey, Riccardo ScamarcioKelly Reilly, Jamie Dorman, Jude Hill, Kyle Allen, Camille Cottin, Ali Khan and Emma Laird, seems to want to focus on aspects that are almost closer to horror than to traditional yellow. We’ll see if he can keep the viewer’s tension high like the first two. To stay up to date on the latest news on the subject of films and TV series, continue to follow us and, if you want, leave a comment on this or our other articles.
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