Published: Thu 31 Oct 2013
David Suchet stars as the world famous Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot, alongside an exciting cast including Simon Callow (Four Weddings and a Funeral, Shakespeare in Love), Patrick Ryecart (The Kings Speech, The High Life), Rupert Evans (The Village, Fleming, World without End), Fiona O’Shaughnessy (Utopia, Outcast) Orla Brady (Sinbad, Mistresses), Morvan Christie (Hunted, Twenty Twelve), Tom Austen (Beaver Falls, The Borgias), Eleanor Tomlinson (The White Queen, Jack the Giant Slayer) and Tom Wlaschiha (Game of Thrones, Christopher and his Kind) in the television adaptation of Agatha Christie’s The Labours of Hercules.
In the penultimate film Poirot falls into a deep depression, after his egotism plays a part in the murder of a society girl. It is the desperate plea of a lonely chauffeur (Tom Austen) to find his missing soul mate, which eventually motivates Poirot to get back to work. His quest takes him to the Swiss Alps where he stumbles on clues, which may lead to a very personal showdown.