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Romaine, whose testimony was Leonard's one hope to save him from the gallows, has turned on him, leaving Mayhew's case hopeless and Leonard's fatal verdict imminent.

Director:

Julian Jarrold

Writers:

Agatha Christie (short story), Sarah Phelps (adaptation)
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Robert East ... Justice Greville Parris
David Haig ... Sir Charles Carter
Toby Jones ... John Mayhew
Paul Ready ... Tripp
Tim McMullan Tim McMullan ... Sir Hugo Meredith
Billy Howle ... Leonard Vole
Kim Cattrall ... Emily French
Monica Dolan ... Janet McIntyre
Dorian Lough Dorian Lough ... Detective Breem
Andrea Riseborough ... Romaine Heilger
Carla Langley ... Dora
Hayley Carmichael ... Alice Mayhew
Ted Robbins Ted Robbins ... Bernie
Andrew Havill ... Clifford Starling
Nick Sampson Nick Sampson ... Parslow KC
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Romaine, whose testimony was Leonard's one hope to save him from the gallows, has turned on him, leaving Mayhew's case hopeless and Leonard's fatal verdict imminent.

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UK | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 January 2017 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Let Me Call You Sweetheart
(uncredited)
Written by Leo Friedman and Beth Slater Whitson
Performed by Andrea Riseborough
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Beautifully executed.
11 November 2018 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

Congratulations and thanks to Sarah Phelps, for once again helping to deliver some Agatha Christie magic, I applaud her for putting her own slant on Christie's great text, it's so wonderfully different to the great Dietrich film.

The cinematography is fabulous, it looks so beautiful, once the trial is completed, the contrast is so vast to the first part, which had been so dark and grim, but of course the shocking twist awaits. I love the way the revelation is done, Toby Jones proves his worth with a look of terror and shock.

The acting was terrific, Riseborough again showing her class, and versatility as an actress. Everyone played their part.

I wasn't as captivated in this part, as I was in the first, but I still thoroughly enjoyed it. 8/10


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