Miranda Richardson

Emily French is a prudish Teddington spinster and passionate Anglican who has devoted her life to improving young women. Emily’s commitment to Christ knows no limits and those who fail to meet her strict moral standards inevitably suffer the blunt end of her intractable beliefs.

What’s nice about this adaptation of And Then There Were None is that it’s very, very dark.
Miranda Richardson

Miranda Richardson describes her character of Emily French saying: "She starts out as this monstrous, bible reading, God fearing, knitting person and as time goes on you find out more about her…"

As to Richardson’s expectations for the project she claims: "I think it’s going to be one of those things that even the people who think they know what happens are still taken on that journey and find it very enjoyable."

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