4 thoughts on “Crime and colonialism: Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None [Video]

  1. Your video analysis of Agatha Christie/And Then There Were None was amazing and incredibly helpful to me. It made me check out more of your cinematic criticism content, and then reading that you were taking a break from videos made me sad (you are SO good, I felt like I was in film school again!) – but reading that you’re even more inspired with new life directions was a positive spin on the bittersweet news, so whatever direction your life takes, I just wanted to acknowledge your great work (something I typically never do), and send you kudos for such amazing creative effort and insights so far. If nothing else, the marvel of the web is that it can serve as a magnet for like-minded folks to share ideas – and yours were inspired. THANK YOU!!

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  2. Hello, I am writing my bachelor thesis about ‘Transformation of And then there were none adaptations’ at Metropolitan university in Prague. I would like to refer some of your points that you made. Could you please write me your full name for reference or book/study that you are using for your claims. Altough I think that it is your analysis so I would like to reference you. Thank you very much.

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    1. That sounds awesome, Lukáš! Will you please send me your thesis when you’re done? I’d absolutely love to read it. Of course you can cite my video. The only sources I used were Christie’s novel (obvs) and the New Yorker article linked in the video description. My full name is Margarita Georgitseas. Cheers 🙂

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