Being Poirot

Sunday, August 17th at 9pm

This documentary is narrated by David Suchet himself. Among other things, he talks about his mental and physical preparation for the life-changing role of Poirot, he takes a trip to Belgium (Poirot's home country), he travels on the Orient Express, he goes back to the London building that stood for Whitehaven Mansions, he visits Agatha Christie's own summer house where he meets Christie's grandson, he reunites with old colleagues, and he takes us through the filming of what he calls the hardest shooting day of his life (Poirot's death scene in "Curtain"), as well as the bittersweet day when he wraps up the filming of "Dead Man's Folly" - the last Christie book with Poirot that he needed to film to complete the entire collection.