Surya Sai’s review published on Letterboxd:
It has the same skeleton as any Agatha Christie's product but with a more fleshy and satisfactory ending.
A few can guess the ending, but detangling the way that the murder has been committed is quite fresh and idiosyncratic.
The Technicalities are spot on and so are the actors. It's just that the run-time is too high that it looses it's steam in the first half.
It's a perfect feast for mystery lovers.