Poirot

Being Poirot

 

After 25 years of playing the iconic detective, David Suchet attempts to unravel the mysterious appeal of Agatha Christie’s Hercule Poirot and reveals what it has been like playing one of fiction’s most enduring creations. Suchet visits Christie’s summer home in Devon, and then travels to Belgium, where he attempts to find Poirot’s roots and discover what the Belgians think of one of their most famous sons.

 

AGATHA CHRISTIE’S POIROT
Curtain: Poirot’s Last Case

 

Since his debut on television in 1989, Agatha Christie’s famous Belgian detective Hercule Poirot has put his brilliant intellect and fastidious nature to the test as he solves the most mystifying crimes of the Art Deco era. David Suchet returns in his signature role as the suave Belgian super sleuth, exercising his “little grey cells” by helping police investigate crimes and murders, whether they ask for his help or not. These final lavish adaptations feature guest stars Iain Glen, Helen Baxendale, Philip Glenister and Hugh Fraser.

 
Curtain: Poirot’s Last Case
After returning to Styles, Hercule Poirot confronts a killer and his own conscience as he tries to stop a series of murders. Confined to a wheelchair and crippled with arthritis, the now elderly Poirot is reunited with his old companion Captain Hastings – back where it all began 30 years before, when Poirot was a refugee and Hastings a wounded soldier. It is the home of their first murder investigation together – and is soon to be home to their last.

 

 

AGATHA CHRISTIE’S POIROT
The Labours of Hercules

 

Since his debut on television in 1989, Agatha Christie’s famous Belgian detective Hercule Poirot has put his brilliant intellect and fastidious nature to the test as he solves the most mystifying crimes of the Art Deco era. David Suchet returns in his signature role as the suave Belgian super sleuth, exercising his “little grey cells” by helping police investigate crimes and murders, whether they ask for his help or not. These final lavish adaptations feature guest stars Iain Glen, Helen Baxendale, Philip Glenister and Hugh Fraser.

 

The Labours of Hercules
Poirot journeys to the Swiss Alps to lay a trap for the infamous art thief Marrascaud, with catastrophic results. Devastated, Poirot falls into a heavy depression, and it is not until a lonely chauffeur begs the detective to find his missing true love that Poirot feels he can return to his work. As he investigates this new case, Poirot stumbles upon the hotel now thought to be Marrascaud’s hideout. As an avalanche cuts off access to the hotel, Poirot finds himself in a game of cat-and-mouse with a villain he fears and despises.

 

 

AGATHA CHRISTIE’S POIROT
Elephants Can Remember

 

Since his debut on television in 1989, Agatha Christie’s famous Belgian detective Hercule Poirot has put his brilliant intellect and fastidious nature to the test as he solves the most mystifying crimes of the Art Deco era. David Suchet returns in his signature role as the suave Belgian super sleuth, exercising his “little grey cells” by helping police investigate crimes and murders, whether they ask for his help or not. These final lavish adaptations feature guest stars Iain Glen, Helen Baxendale, Philip Glenister and Hugh Fraser.

 

Elephants Can Remember
While Poirot investigates a famed psychiatrist’s murder, crime novelist Ariadne Oliver looks into a couple’s mysterious death. The story began 13 years ago, on a cliff top in Eastbourne. A couple tragically died, but the question has always remained: did the husband, General Ravenscroft, shoot the wife, or did the wife, Molly, kill the husband‌?