Ten Little Indians

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Released 1965

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Director:
George Pollock
Released:
1965
Rating:
PG
Ten Little Indians is a film adaptation of an Agatha Christie novel. It is the story of ten people who are invited to an isolated mountaintop chalet. They all have one thing in common: each person was involved in a death for which he or she was never held accountable. The host of the "party" hopes to remedy that situation. He lures the people up to the isolated mountain top so that they may pay for their transgressions. As the story unfolds, the guests are killed off, one by one. Everyone suspects everyone else, not knowing who is the killer and who is the next victim. Each murder is staged according to the nursery rhyme, "Ten Little Indians," which ends with ominous, "And then there were none." Ten Little Indians is a psychological thriller and a classic Whodunit mystery, but strays from the classical mystery genre in that there is no detective and the plot is constructed so that there are very few clues as to the murderers' true identity.moreless
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