|Age Range(s)||Adult (36-50), Senior (>50)|
|Type of monologue / Character is||Angry, Frustrated, Confessing|
|Description||No one should hang for this but me!|
|Details||1 hr 37 minutes into the film|
Edward Ratchett, an unscrupulous businessman with a shady past, is killed on a train, the Orient Express. Emile Poirot investigates and finds out that everybody in the train is responsible and they plotted to kill Edward Ratchett because he was the man responsible for the kidnapping and murder of a little girl they were all connected to somehow. The person who organized the murder is Caroline Hubbard, who was the grandmother of the little girl. Here in this 30 second monologue, she implores Emile Poirot to let everybody go free and blame her for the murder.
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Caroline Hubbard: “No one should hang for this but me! It was my plan! Tell the police it was me, alone. There’s no life left in me anymore. They have a chance now. Helena, I pray, has a... has a chance. They can go, live, find some joy somewhere. Let it end with me. They’re not killers. They are good people. They can be good again.”