Agatha Christie's Ten Little Gay Boys (1986)
Alternative Titles: Charlie's Angels, And Then They Were Gone
Ten young men are invited to stay at the secluded mansion of Sir William Woolworth, who appears only as a voice on an intercom. After dinner, Sir William makes suggestive comments regarding his guests' private lives.
Starring: Daniel Day Lewis and John Inman.
Gerald: "That's very flattering but I'd rather play Scrabble."
Most Helpful User Review:
A gripping tale of homophobia, suspicion and finger-pointing, released at a time when being out of the closet meant having society think you were passing on AIDS with a handshake. This is an adaptation of Agatha Christie's politically incorrectly titled novel "Ten Little Poofters".
BIFTA Winner: Best Not I've Got Work Tomorrow (1987)
Directed by: Barry Michaelmore. UK Colour.