AND THEN THERE WERE NONE TITLE SEQUENCE
And Then There Were None is a mystery novel written by Agatha Christie. The story begins with ten strangers who are summoned to a remote island. They soon realize they have been brought there to receive a punishment for their crime in the past that they are unwilling to reveal. As the weather turns bad and the group is cut off from the mainland, one by one they are brutally murdered. The concept of the title sequence revolves around the idea of "one after another". The visual will be a surreal world of dominoes each falling one after another, like a chain reaction. At the end, similar to the plot of the book, everything is collapsed and no dominoes are left standing. "One after another" also represents the idea of how a person's past effects their present, similar to the characters in the book who are punished by their past.