In 1963 13-year-old girl Alison Carter left her house to walk her dog in the rural village of Scardale. Few hours later her mother called the local police asking for help since her Alison still did not returned. Young Detective Inspector George Bennett takes the case and rushed to Scardale knowing that teenager won’t last long in the area surrounded by marshes.
A lot of people say that Quentin Tarantino is a genius, who creates masterpieces, each and every of his productions are pieces of art, but to be honest I always had problem with his movies... Yes, the senseless violence that he so much admires. I don’t know, perhaps for him it is the most important part of life, but after watching his productions I’m always disappointed with how one-dimensional his movies are.
Tom Parfitt, 80-odd resident of one of the Yorkshire most bleak and depressing towns insists on being placed in care home, even though he is still fully capable of taking care of himself. But social worker gives up and takes him to the former mill building now turned into large care home. Young care assistant Hannah takes interest in Tom, especially when it turns out that his suitcase is completely empty and just minutes later the social worker is pushed out of the window of Tom’s room.
Alfred Hitchcock created some of the most memorable movies of his era - Psycho, Rear Window, North by Northwest, The Birds - but his career started in 1920s with silent movies and short stories. He made The Lady Vanishes in 1938, but already he had his own style and original approach to the material.
Spain is another country that can hardly be called a key cinematography for the world culture. Of course they have Pedro Almodóvar, but apart from him Spanish movies very rarely are praised abroad. But just like in case of Sweden, Japan or South Korea the Spanish filmmakers found their niche - the mystery movies.
Agatha Christie was one of the most famous crime and mystery novelist, who gained most recognition for her characters of Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple, but many of her works were adapted into films, TV series and even computer games. Murder on the Orient Express was one of the best, or at least most remembered, novels that really stood out among the mystery stories.
Mystery Blog - what can be better than a great mystery? The great mysteries that can't be solved are keeping alive in the minds of people - Jack the Ripper, Black Dahlia, Rosewell incident - who hasn't heard of them or even took time to find the missing pieces? Often it's not important to find the solution to mystery, it's the mystery itself is important, because it leaves all the options possible.
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