The invisible light received a prequel

Netflix’s big hit in the fall also got a teaser.

The second of November will present the Hungarian-filmed miniseries All the Light We Cannot See starring Louis Hofmann, Lars Eidinger, Marion Bailey, Hugh Laurie, Mark Ruffalo and Aria Mia Loberti. The II. World War II story about the meeting of a blind French teenager and a German soldier and was based on the book by Anthony Doerr. Here’s the first trailer.

The text of the book is as follows: Marie-Laure LeBlanc, the daughter of a brilliant locksmith working at the Natural History Museum, becomes blind at the age of six. Her father makes a perfect model of Paris for her so that she can find her way around the city of lights. But by the time the miniature city is finished, the Nazis invade France and occupy Paris…
Werner Pfennig lives in a German orphanage and has a special ability: he can repair all kinds of radios and make them sound. His talent is quickly noticed, and Werner finds himself in a Nazi military school, where he is forced to face the inhumanity of the system…
From the Nazi invasion, Marie-Laure flees with her father to a remote small town on the coast, to her grandfather’s former house, not least with the task of hiding the diamond called the Sea of ​​Flames and surrounded by dark legends, which the invaders are searching for everywhere. However, the war soon catches up with them, and Marie-Laure fears the infamous diamond curse…
Anthony Doerr’s lyrically beautiful novel presents the World War II through the intertwined fates of two teenage children. the inhuman hell of World War II, the visible darkness, from which the shattered, faintly blinking humanity shows the only way out: the invisible light.

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