Gwenda Halliday, a wealthy young Englishwoman recently emigrated from India, intuitively buys a seaside manor house, where she re-experiences a murder.
Director: Edward Hall
Script: Stephen Churchett
Based Upon: novel by Agatha Christie
Genre: Mystery / Crime
Runtime: 93 minutes
Rating UK: PG / US: Not Rated
Production: July 2005
Filming Locations: Sidmouth (Devon, England)
Theatrical Release UK: February 5, 2006 / US: June 4, 2006
DVD Release UK: July 17, 2006 / US: August 29, 2006
Geraldine McEwan, Dawn French, Sophia Myles, Paul McGann, Phil Davis, Geraldine Chaplin, Anna-Louise Plowman and Aidan McArdle.
Extensive Story Description
Miss Jane Marple is asked to help Gwenda, a wealthy young woman who has bought a house on the English coast, only to experience disturbing visions. Thanks to Miss Marple’s investigations, Gwenda discovers that, instead of spending all her life in India, she had lived in the house as a child. The visions are actually flashes of memory – and she realizes she witnessed the murder of a beautiful woman named “Helen”.
Sophia plays Gwenda Halliday, a wealthy young Englishwoman who recently emigrated from India.
The ITV Marple adaptations are known to change some plot twists from the Agatha Christie novels
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