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“And Then There Were None” is a novel by Agatha Christie, first published in the United Kingdom, by the Collins Crime Club on 6 November 1939. In the novel, ten people who had been complicit in the deaths of others but thus far escaped punishment, are tricked into coming to an island. Although they are the only people on the island, each guest is successively murdered and nobody can figure out who the murderer is. It is Christie’s best-selling novel with 100 million in sales to date, making it the world’s best-selling mystery novel ever, and one of the best-selling books of all time.
Be that as it may, we have right here in Ethiopia a new film based on the book, that opens tomorrow, December 31st, 2012, at Edna Mall Mattiplex Cinema.
The film “Wede Gedelew,” made by KAM Global Pictures and directed by Binyam Worku, features actors like Tomas Tora, Dereje Haile, Marta Fasil and Yonas Getachew.
There have been several film adaptations of the novel. The most recent one, Ten Little Indians, directed by Alan Birkinshaw, was made in 1989 and its setting was on a safari in the African savannah. All the films based on the novel have added their own little twist to it; I’m expecting “Wede Gedelew” to have its own new additives to the storyline.
Since the film is based on one of the greatest detective stories ever written, it would be understandable if the makers of the film encountered difficulty or worked under a lot of pressure, but “Wede Gedelew” took only 3 months to make which raises the question, will the film do this ultimate crime novel justice or will it unforgivably butcher it? Find out on Monday.