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Death On The Nile review

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Death on the Nile is a mystery story about the emotional conflict and deadly consequences triggered by obsessive love from a novel published by Agatha Christie in 1937.

Then by Kenneth Branagh, made into a mystery thriller film, still with the same title as the title of the novel. He not only directed and played detective Hercule Poirot, he also made this film interesting.

Kenneth Branagh and Cast Celebrate DEATH ON THE NILE at London’s British Museum

Of course, the first time the audience sees the opening scene of this film, they will be introduced to the gloomy atmosphere of war, which is a battlefield with a sharp-minded young Poirot. Then the audience will be shown things that are personal, causes and effects that make Poirot a reliable detective. Even in this case, the audience has been amazed by the details of the images presented, until the times have changed.

In the next chapter, Poirot returns to the present era (1930s) and begins the audience is transported to a storyline about humans who are full of love and death that haunts and causes many victims. It all culminated, when Hercule Poirot, traveled on a glamorous ship to Egypt. The journey turns into a terrifying quest when the perfect couple on their honeymoon are tragically murdered by a mysterious figure.

Here the audience, very spoiled with beautiful views of the vast desert and the majestic pyramids of Giza, accompanies the audience to be lulled by this mysterious storyline.

This dramatic tale of doomed love, of the perfect couple features an elegant cosmopolitan group of tourists with a story filled with mystery and surprises that will keep viewers intrigued until the very end.

In this film, Kenneth Branagh’s personal touch feels very thick, who likes to play with image compositions, theatrical scenes and also a touch of song as a supporting background that feels very fitting.

Shot on a Panavision 65mm camera in late 2019, Death on the Nile will transport audiences into the 1930s, re-creating the variety of locations that inspired Christie to create mystery stories about glamorous high society. As for Indonesia, this film is also screened in IMAX theaters, which produces a perfect view of the sights of Egypt and its Nile river. In fact, this film will also be projected in 70mm format on selected screens in New York, Los Angeles and London.

In addition to this film, played by Kenneth Branagh who returns as the iconic detective Hercule Poirot, There’s also Tom Bateman, four Oscar® nominees Annette ClearRussell Brand, Ali Fazal, Dawn French, Gal GadotArmie Hammer, Rose Leslie, Emma Mackey, Sophie Okonedo, Jennifer Saunders and Letitia Wright.

“Death on the Nile,” which reunites the filmmaking team behind the acclaimed 2017 film “Murder on the Orient Express” is written by Michael Green, adapted from Christie’s novel, and produced by Ridley Scott, Kenneth Branagh, Judy Hofflund, and Kevin J. Walsh, with Mark Gordon, Simon Kinberg, Matthew Jenkins, James Prichard and Mathew Prichard as executive producers

Death on the Nile can be enjoyed in Indonesian cinemas starting today by complying with all applicable health protocols.

Also read: Everyone Becomes Suspect in New Trailer for Death on the Nile

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