'One Hundred Years of Solitude' coming to Netflix

The groundbreaking novel “One Hundred Years of Solitude” by Gabriel Garcia Marquez is coming to the display for the primary time in a Spanish language collection for Netflix, the streaming service mentioned on Wednesday.

The multi-generational household story, revealed in 1967, is broadly thought-about some of the influential novels of the 20th century and an early instance of the magical realism fashion embraced by different Latin American authors.

Garcia Marquez’s two sons will function govt producers on the tv collection, which shall be filmed primarily within the writer’s native Colombia.

They mentioned in an announcement that the Nobel Prize profitable novelist, who died in 2014, had been reluctant to promote the rights to the books for years “as a result of he believed that it couldn’t be made below the time constraints of a function movie, or that producing it in a language aside from Spanish wouldn’t do it justice.”

Nonetheless, given what has been referred to as a brand new golden age of tv “and the acceptance by worldwide audiences of packages in international languages, the time couldn’t be higher to deliver an adaptation to the extraordinary world viewership that Netflix gives.”

The announcement follows Netflix’s acclaimed black and white Mexican film “Roma,” filmed in Spanish and indigenous Mixtec, which gained three Oscars final month.

Netflix in February introduced it was increasing its presence in Mexico, opening an workplace in Mexico Metropolis and furthering its growth of film and tv tasks in Spanish.