In see how they run, the academy winner Adrian Brody is playing the victim of a mysterious murder.

General Overview of See How They Run

Genre; Murder Mystery, comedy, suspense

Director; Tom George

Writer: Mark Chappell

Original language; English

When Is It Going to Be Out in The Theaters?

Readers of Agatha Cristae and lovers of suspenseful murder mysteries are very anxiously waiting for Tom George’s upcoming production See How They Run. The trailer tells us it is going to be a blockbuster movie. So, fans hold your horses the wait is almost over, it is round the corner. Our latest information says the movie will be in the theaters on 9 September 2022 in the UK and on 16 September 2022 in the USA.

What Is the Premise of See How They Run?

Inspector Stoppard and an eerie Constable Stalker investigate the mysterious murder of a stage actor. The murder took place during the shooting of a smash-hit play by Richard Attenborough in the 1950s West End London theater. All the co-actors are on the hit list of the two detectives who are stuck in the ethereal ground of the theater.

Who is playing who?

The gothic-style interior of the theater puts you in a sinister position and with Adrian Brody, you find yourself standing before a dead end. Sam Rockwell and Saoirse Ronan are the detectives who are dealing with alternate theories of Ronan regarding the suspect. And the others are just the suspects of the first-degree murder. See the trailer below to know how more about culpable homicide. Here is the list of the whole cast so you take the record that who is playing who.

Sam Rockwell as Inspector Stoppard

Saoirse Ronan as Constable Stalker

Adrien Brody as Leo Köpernick

Ruth Wilson as Petula Spencer

Reece Shearsmith as John Woolf

Harris Dickinson as Richard Attenborough

David Oyelowo as Mervyn Cocker-Norris

Charlie Cooper as Dennis the Usher

Shirley Henderson as the Dame

Some Brief Details of See How They Run

The trailer shows the movie cum play is produced by Richard Attenborough (played by Harris Dickinson) and Stalker asks Stoppard surprisingly that he doesn’t know about Attenborough. Tom George has seemingly paid tribute to the marvelous film producer Attenborough. And we know from his famous work like Jurassic Park and Gandhi.  Attenborough is also the murder suspect like everyone other. Due to an ongoing investigation, they all are in the theater room.

Trailer of the movie

The trailer is almost 2 minutes long and it reminds all of us of Murder on the Orient Express, another murder mystery. Where every passenger on the train is a suspect. Not to mention there are many other good murder mysteries but these two movies show resemblance because of the costumes, interior, and time. Moreover, the editing of this trailer smoothly connects one suspect and witness to the other suspect and witness. The alternate theories of constable Stalker (Saoirse Ronan) make us believe that every single suspect is the actual offender. But as inspector Stoppard (Sam Rockwell) mentioned “do not jump to the conclusions.”

Interestingly, Stalker starts with her theory that the victim Leo Köpernick was murdered in the dressing room and his body was staged in the theater room to put suspicion on someone else. Every witness comes with a new statement that shifts the burden from one to the other. Even the “real life detectives” interrogate Attenborough but all in vain they get no clue. Lastly, we get to know that the murderer is clever not because he has killed Kopernick but the way he killed him-suspiciously.