Netflix Lands Pitch Inspired by a Novel ‘A Note Of Explanation’

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Netflix Lands Pitch Based On Novel ‘A Note Of Explanation’ With Ben Queen Writing And Liza Chasin Producing
Netflix Lands Pitch Based On Novel ‘A Note Of Explanation’ With Ben Queen Writing And Liza Chasin Producing

A Note of Explanation is a short book by the acclaimed author Vita Sackville-West, who is also the author of other novels such as Family History and In your Garden. Vita was also the direct inspiration of Virginia Woolf’s Orlando and was considered a better-accomplished writer than Woolf by the critics of the 1920s for her books outsold Woolf’s by a large margin.

The book was rediscovered as a miniature book in Queen Mary’s dollhouse in Windsor, UK and it is to be noted that the dollhouse itself is a work of art. The plot follows the story of the time-traveling adventures of the inhabitants of the same dollhouse. The book has a rating of 4.1 /10 on Goodreads.

The book itself is considered precious as the well-known author’s book was never found until recently. Now Netflix has decided to make it more special by making a feature film that is loosely based on A Note of Explanation!

The movie would be written by Ben Queen, an American writer who has also written the script for Lightning McQueen in both Cars 2 and Cars 3.

The movie will be produced by Liza Chasin with 3dot Production. Chasin has also produced other amazing films such as Dark Hour, Baby Driver, and The Danish Girl.

 However, the information related to the official release date and list of the star cast is still not revealed.

On that note, we will keep the tracks of updates, and once we receive one we will be quick to share with you. So Stay tuned.

 

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Even as a little girl, I was fascinated by words. The idea of stringing words together to form meaningful sentences which could alter the emotions of other human beings excited me. At first I wrote fiction. It gave me a chance to live the different lives I’ve always wanted to. The way my friends reacted when they read my story gave me the greatest of joys. As I grew older, I realised that there are thousands of stories of people around me that deserved to be told. Then I started incorporating their stories to my fictional stories. Over the time, I leaned more towards article writing. I have always felt that writing is my super power. A power I could wield to bring joy and comfort to me and the people I care about.

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