This is a meditation on the four Miss Marple mystery films from the 1960s: Murder, She Said (1961), Murder at the Gallop (1963), Murder Most Foul (1964) and Murder Ahoy (1964), directed by George Pollock and starring Margaret Rutherford.
This piece was presented as part of the Framemakers Lecture / Performance event "The Happening: Mystery, Liturgy and the Void". The inspiration for this is due to Steve Valk. However, this interpretation is entirely my own, and I claim any mistakes found herein.
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