The photograph Agatha looks at in the end is of the real Agatha Christie and her second husband, Max Mallowan, at Tell Halaf, Syria, in the 1930's, suggesting that this scene takes place years after the events of the movie. Another clue: Agatha is shown re-titling her latest manuscript from "The Truth of Murder" to "Death on the N-". Death on the Nile was first published in 1937. See more »
This was a very enjoyable and engrossing drama that was much better than I had anticipated. The characters were well defined and well acted, the story was engrossing (if a little far-fetched), and the production quality was top-notch. Ruth Bradley was extremely engaging as Agatha Christie and it was lovely to see Pippa Haywood on our screens again. Yeah, it was good!
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