|Age Range(s)||Adult (36-50), Senior (>50)|
|Type of monologue / Character is||Angry, Scolding|
|Genre||Mystery, Drama, Crime|
|Description||You killed Cassetti!|
|Details||1 hr 24 minutes into the film|
On board of the famous Orient Express, crooked businessman Edward Ratchett is stabbed to death. Detective Emile Poirot investigates and soon finds out that Ratchett is actually a criminal responsible for the kidnapping and death of a young girl, Daisy Armstrong. He also finds out many passengers have a connection with the Armstrong family, including Mary Debenham, who used to be Daisy’s governess and lived with the Armstrong’s at the time of the tragedy. Emile Poirot thinks that Mary Debenham is the one that killed Cassetti and he confronts her with this 30 second monologue.
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Emile Poirot: “Miss Debenham, you planned Ratchett’s murder! And then you sent for the countess to witness it. If she saw him dead, the Helena you knew might return. You waited for your roommate to sleep, but she did not. You drugged her. But the barbital only gave her a headache. She begged for an aspirin...when the train stopped, when the conductor was on the station...when the coast was clear at last...when you were allowed to enter Ratchett’s compartment, unseen. You loved Daisy Armstrong. You killed Cassetti!”