From the novel to Netflix
American author Karen Slaughter has published Silenced (editor of HarperCollins), a new work in which she returns to her crime novel series: the Will Trent series in Atlanta and her book series on Grant County, a fictional location in his native Georgia. Despite audience interest and narrative possession of action and suspense, in his 20-year career, his literature has yet to hit the screen, with the quote Netflix directed from his 2018 novel Pieces of Her. It will be a series of eight chapters.
IN CONVERSATION WITH INFORMERmake it clear “Netflix portrayed”to cut her now. Starring Australian actors (Tony Collette, Bella Heathcote, David Wenham). I’m so excited”.
The reason for not allowing her works to be modified before was the devotion to her books and readers: “I have been careful who I talk to about the edits, I feel a responsibility to my readers. I want to make sure that whatever appears on the screen represents the things that interest me in the book.”
But production by Charlotte Stoudt and directed by Minky Spiro convinced her: “I feel like the people at Netflix really understood what the book is about. I don’t know when it’s going to be released, they’re still filming, this week they’re going through Georgia.”
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Karen had a chance to read the script as he wrote it: “I trusted them, I read all eight episodes. They made the necessary changes.” Pieces of Her is a book where a lot of action takes place inside the car, when you drive it. It’s not fun for TV, that’s why they Change it and agree.”
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