Netflix has released an enthralling trailer for the television adaptation of the novel “All the Light We Cannot See,” with esteemed actors Hugh Laurie and Mark Ruffalo.Thank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!
Based on Anthony Doerr’s Pulitzer Prize-winning book, the streaming service has now published the first official teaser for the next military drama. The launch of the limited series is slated for November 2, and it will include a slew of A-list actors such as Aria Mia Loberti, Louis Hofmann, Hugh Laurie, and Mark Ruffalo.
Marie-Laure Leblanc (Loberti), a blind French girl determined to tell her truth during WWII, provides the opening voiceover for the trailer. “Ladies and gentlemen, before I begin my broadcast today, I have something to say,” she says in the excerpt. I’m making an effort to remember that there will always be light, even as darkness engulfs cities. When you switch on the light, there isn’t even a second of darkness.
The narrative then introduces Werner, a young boy whom Hofmann plays and whom Hitler hires to help with radio equipment. Werner is given the mission of tracking down Marie and eliminating her broadcasts whenever they become problematic. But the peculiar connection he has with Marie makes his task more difficult.
Starring alongside Ruffalo (13 Going on 30) as Marie’s father, Daniel, is Hugh Laurie (House) as Marie’s great-uncle Etienne. Nell Sutton, Marion Bailey, Lars Eidinger, Andrea Deck, Hélène Cardona, Tomm Voss, and Rhashan Stone also appear in the film.
The journalist goes on, “I know that broadcasting could get me executed, but I will not be silenced.”