How Passing Was Adapted From Book To Netflix | But Have You Read The Book?

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Passing tells the story of two women, Irene and Clare, whose lives become intertwined when they’re reunited. So how was this 100 year old story adapted for Netflix? Uzo Aduba sits with Passing‘s Rebecca Hall, Ruth Negga, and Andre Holland to uncover how this story went from book to screen.

0:00 - Welcome Netflix Book Club!
0:38 - Chapter 1: Why Adapt This Story?
3:48 - From Book to Screen w/ Tessa Thompson
5:27 - Chapter 2: Bringing Irene's Inner World to Life
7:21 - A Moment of Change
10:22 - Chapter 3: Passing and Queer Desire
14:10 - Chapter 4: That Ending *spoilers*

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