Curtain: Poirot’s Last Case closes out the twenty-four year (1989-2013) history of the television drama Agatha Christie’s Poirot, and I felt that things weren’t quite right.
Without going into the plot I will say that I’ve heard Ms. Christie grew tired of the Belgian detective as time went on, and if so than this last case shows it.
I don’t feel the character was done justice, but perhaps I just don’t know him well enough.
Whatever my feelings on the last chapter in the famous sleuth’s career, it’s been nothing less than an incredibly impressive run for the show and I will miss looking forward to new cases.
Adieu mon ami.