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Review: Moody, gothic ‘A Haunting in Venice’ sees Kenneth Branagh return for third Poirot outing  



DUBAI: Set against the atmospheric and visceral backdrop of a post-World War II, storm-lashed Venice, Kenneth Branagh’s latest film is an atmospheric and dark take on an Agatha Christie whodunit.   

And “A Haunting in Venice,” Branagh’s third film directing and starring as popular mustachioed detective Hercule Poirot, is his best effort yet – strictly speaking in the artistic sense. Whether it’s as entertaining as its predecessors – “Murder on the Orient Express” and “Death on the Nile” – is another matter altogether.

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