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Richmond Hill's rating of the film Agatha Christie's Miss Marple: At Bertram's Hotel

A decent transposition of second-tier Christie in which the strengths lie more in the thematics - the world continues to change essentially - than in the rather thin plot mechanics. Circumstantial details and the recreation an era are vividly caught, as is the somewhat fruity playing. Who’d have thought a jam doughnut would cause such merriment?