Sleuth

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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

Bay Street's third selection is the devilishly clever thriller Sleuth, by Anthony Shaffer. Winner of the Tony Award® for Best Play when it first premiered on Broadway in 1971, Sleuth mixes one part unhappy marriage with two parts murder and a dollop of treachery for a fiendishly entertaining evening. Nothing is what is seems in this "who-done-what-to-whom" by Shaffer, who went on to write movies including Death on the Nile, Frenzy and Sommersby. The 1972 film version of Sleuth, directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, featured Laurence Olivier and Michael Caine.

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