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Agatha Christies Novel Peril at End House adapted by Fitch OConnell 2012 tells a story about mysterious murder at End House owned by a beautiful young innocent woman called Nick Buckley Agathas novel talks about a young woman as she gets through a lot of accidents and finds an intelligent French clever detective Poirot by chance Poirot will try to find out the accidents actor after he knew everything about nick While searching a mysterious murder happened oddly and Poirot will try to find out the motive by passing through a lot of clues and events that made him feel confused but he still try doing his best to find out the motive and he will really succeed at the end A major theme of the novel is that people are not always what they seem to be The film version of Agatha Christies novel Peril at End House in 1932 produced by Brian Eastman directed by Renny Rey and adapted for the screen by Clive Eyton In this essay Ill compare and contrast an event that has been adapted by the screenwriter in addition Ill synthesis the opinion of two film criticsOne common element that is in both the novel and the film the event of Maggies death it is presented in a similar way with very small differences Firstly at the end of chapter 7 in the novel Maggie is feeling cold while watching the fireworks so she says that she is going to run in and get a coat Yet in the film she was watching the fireworks with Hastings and when she turns around to get her coat from the house he says that he wouldnt mind bringing her coat but she replies that he will not find it And that conversation between Maggie and Hastings is not mentioned in the novel this will make little difference in that event because it will not change the plot Secondly in the novel
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