Hercule Poirot is back – with “Murder in Venice”!

Kenneth Branagh’s popular master detective is back to solve his darkest murder mystery yet…

On 15 September, the blockbuster “Murder in Venice” hits cinemas all over Europe, and we will finally get to see what Hercule Poirot’s third mission is all about.

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The film is based on the Agatha Christie novel “Hallowe’en Party” (1969) and is described by 20th Century Studios as a “disturbing and supernatural thriller”.

The action is set in Venice, after the Second World War, and the master detective Hercule Poirot is now retired and living in self-imposed exile in the Italian city. On All Saints’ Eve, he somewhat reluctantly attends an event in a dilapidated and haunted palace, when one of the guests (yep, you guessed it) is brutally murdered.

Retired or not, of course there is only one man who can solve the terrifying mystery – and along the way Poirot is thrown into a world of shadows and pitch-dark secrets…

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Like its predecessors “Murder on the Orient Express” (2017) and “Murder on the Nile” (2022), “A Haunting in Venice” is also directed and produced by Kenneth Branagh, who also stars as the eccentric detective.

With him on the producer side, he has good people like Ridley Scott, as well as a star-studded acting team in Oscar winner Michelle Yeoh (“Everything, Everywhere All at Once”), Jamie Dornan (“Belfast”), Tina Fey, Kelly Reilly (“Yellowstone”), Kyle Allen (“Rosaline”) and many, many more.

PS! As a member of the Cinema Club, you can see “Murder in Venice” at the cinema for half price! Read more about Kinoklubben, and register here!

“A Haunting in Venice” will be released in cinemas on 15 September 2023 – see the trailer at the top of the article.

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