Throughout the history of film and television, thousands of literary works have served as inspiration for various audiovisual productions. This is the case for the three book-based series that we want to share with you today.
The last kingdom
It is a period between the years 800 and 900, Several separate kingdoms occupy the lands we now know where England fell under the rule of the Danes, leaving the great, decaying Viking kingdom under the control of King Alfred (David Dawson).
Born into a noble family within the Vikings, Uhtred (Alexander Drymon) was caught by the Danes, so he has to raise himself. Forced to choose between the land in which he was born and the people who accompanied him in his development, his loyalties are put to the test. Now, Uhtred must cross a difficult path between the two sides, if he is to become part of the birth of a new nation and finally regain the lands that belonged to his ancestors.
Ann with E
Ann Shirley (Amebeth McNulty) is a young orphaned girl who, during her 13 years of age, has been sent to several nurseries and orphanages. One day, she is accidentally sent to Avonlea, a small town on Prince Edward Island. In his new house he will have to live with Marella (Geraldine James(y Matthew Cuthbert)RH Thompson), two single brothers who are on the cusp of old age and need help with farm work.
I am not very happy with the help provided, Anne will have to use her strong personality, honesty and imagination to change her life and that of a small town if she is to find her place in the world.. This drama is based on the novel series Anne of Green Gables written by Lucy Maud Montgomery.
This series, based on the homonymous novel by Caleb Carr, takes place in the golden age of the United States, specifically in New York at the time, When the body of a young man is found murdered and disfigured, brilliant doctor and researcher Laszlo Kreisler (Daniel Brühl) links it to the previous murders of two young children.
Knowing that Kreizler is “freak” in the sense that he treats mentally disordered patients who are “alone” of their “true nature”, newly appointed Police Commissioner Theodore Roosevelt (Brian Geraghty(Turns to him and to his friend and newspaper painter John Moore)Luke Evans), to investigate what he fears may be a crazy repeat killer. They were also joined by Sarah Howard (Dakota Fanning), Roosevelt’s secretary, who pledged to become New York City’s first police detective.
Using the latest police technology of the moment, This gang of strangers sets out to solve a crime that grows to include some of the city’s most menacing power figures, watching, listening and doing things they never imagined.
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