|Age Range(s)||Young Adult (20-35), Adult (36-50), Senior (>50)|
|Type of monologue / Character is||Descriptive|
|Genre||Mystery, Drama, Crime|
|Description||How are murderers like?|
|Details||1 hr 2 minutes into the film|
Charles Hayward is a former British spy who now works as a private investigator. His former lover, Sophia, hires him to find the murderer of his wealthy father, Aristides Leonides, who has been poisoned. Charles goes to her family’s mansion and meets an eccentric group of characters, all of whom could be the murderer. Here Charles is at dinner with the family, and is asked by the family matriarch how are murders like.
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CHARLES HAYWARD: “What are murderers like? Well, um, you. And me. Everyone. Hot-blooded. Cold-blooded. They do share one or two traits. Vanity. A distorted morality. A lack of empathy. And murderers tend to feel that they are above the rules and laws that govern ordinary mortals."