Relationships in "The Blue Room" are complicated, in this case, more than usual. Julien and Esther, married but not to each other, carry on a passionate affair that soon results in two deaths. The question of who murdered whom and how drives the narrative, jumping forward and back in time with relevant events inferred rather than explicitly delineated.
The classic style of the mid twentieth century murder mystery is ever-present in Stray Dog Theatre's production of "And Then There Were None," one of Agatha Christie's most popular stories. The entire show, from the mid-century modern furnishings to the gorgeous costumes, perfectly coiffed hair and well-stocked bar, references the stereotypes of the period, as do the characters.
Intriguing from its unusual opening to its satisfying conclusion, Nobody Else But You begins with a tantalizing, voiceover conversation. A woman imagines she’s in her mother’s womb. We’ll soon learn she’s Candice talking with her psychologist in a brief exchange that plays as the film’s credits appear over a black screen.