The trailer for the adaptation of Anthony Doerr’s 2014 Pulitzer-winning and bestselling novel of the same name, All the Light We Cannot See is here!


In the four episode limited series, Doerr’s intricately crafted story of love, hope, forgiveness, and resilience follows Marie-Laure and her father’s journey of growing up in Nazi-occupied France.

In the book, Marie-Laure goes blind at the age of six. In respect of this, Netflix announced in September 2021 that the leading lady would need to be either blind or low-vision. In her debut title, it was announced in December 2021 that Aria Mia Loberti would star as Marie.

Loberti wrote on her Instagram: “I am sensitive to the extent of this responsibility and what this character means for blind and disabled people, blind girls in particular. A blind lead portrayed by a blind actor. This is a significant leap forward for disability inclusion, rights, and representation on screen and beyond. I will never not feel the weight of that, and I will bear it proudly and use it as a catalyst for positive change, equity, and breaking down barriers.” You go, girl!

Other exciting additions to the cast include the beloved Mark Ruffalo as Daniel Leblanc and Hugh Laurie as Etienne Leblanc!

German orphan Werner Pfennig will be played by Louis Hofmann – most known for his role as Jonas Kahnwald in Netflix’s hit German series, Dark.

Other notable cast members include: Pascal Ulli, Lars Eidinger, and Nell Sutton as young Marie-Laure.