|Age Range(s)||Adult (36-50), Senior (>50)|
|Type of monologue / Character is||Story conclusion, Pondering/Pensive|
|Description||Emile Poirot finally finds the killer|
|Details||1 hr 43 minutes into the film|
Emile Poirot has finally solved the murder on the Orient Express, where Edward Ratchett, a shady businessman who had turned out to be a criminal responsible for the kidnapping and murder of a little girl, has been killed with multiple stabs. The famous detective finds out everybody on the train is responsible and plotted to kill the criminal and now decides that the best thing to do in this case is to let everybody go as the victim was a crook.
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Emile Poirot: “Ladies and gentlemen. I have understood in this case that the scales of justice...cannot always be evenly weighed. And I must learn, for once...to live with the imbalance. There are no killers here. Only people who deserve a chance to heal. The police have accepted my first solution to the crime, the lone assassin who made his escape. I will leave the train here to conclude formalities. You’re all free to go. And may you find your peace with this...may we all.”