Netflix is bringing a lceebrated book to life in grand fashion later this year.
TVLine has just learned that the streamer's All the Light We Can't See will premiere on Thursday, November 2nd. Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning best-selling novel by Anthony Doerr, this four-part series is set during World War II and stars Mark Ruffalo as Daniel LeBlanc fleeing Nazi-occupied Paris with his blind daughter Marie Laure. Starring.
A legendary diamond. Daniel and Marie-Laure go into hiding with her eccentric uncle played by Hugh Laurie, and Marie-Laure has an unexpected encounter with a teenager named Werner (Louis Hoffmann in The Dark) who works for Hitler's regime. build friendships.
According to the official description, the series is "a tale of the extraordinary power of human connection, a beacon of light that can guide us even in the darkest of times."
Netflix has also released a trailer for the series (which you can watch above), devoid of dialogue but bringing to life a story of courage in the face of adversity and hardship. Aria Mia Roberti plays Marie Rolle and Nell Sutton plays her childhood girlfriend. Shawn Levy ("Stranger Things") will direct and executive produce all four episodes. Stephen Knight (q.v.) has also written and will release his EP.