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Nella faces danger and turmoil as Johannes is accused by the Amsterdam authorities. Meanwhile, her relationship with the Miniaturist becomes ever more mysterious and disturbing.

Director:

Guillem Morales

Writers:

Jessie Burton (based on the novel by), John Brownlow (screenplay by)
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Anya Taylor-Joy ... Petronella Brandt
Romola Garai ... Marin Brandt
Hayley Squires ... Cornelia
Graham Elwell Graham Elwell ... Chief Militia Guard
Geoffrey Streatfeild Geoffrey Streatfeild ... Frans Meermans
Oscar Morgan ... Messenger Boy
Joseph Wicks ... Prison Guard
Alex Hassell ... Johannes Brandt
Caolan Byrne ... Arnoud
Sally Messham ... Hanna
Ian Hogg ... Pieter Slabbaert
Christopher Godwin Christopher Godwin ... Pastor Pellicorne
Aislín McGuckin ... Agnes Meermans
Ziggy Heath ... Jack Philips
Deborah Kearne Deborah Kearne ... Trial Woman
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Discovering that Marin is pregnant, presumably by former lover Frans, Nella takes charge of the household, visiting the captured Johannes in jail and raising money by selling the Meermans' sugar to local shop-keepers. At his trial Johannes defends himself well against Frans and Jack's perjured evidence whilst Nella confronts Frans in an effort to save her husband from the death penalty before delivering Marin's baby and getting a shock. As the court delivers its verdict on her husband Nella visits the enigmatic clairvoyant miniaturist to save him, hoping that she is not too late. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Drama | Mystery

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TV-14
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[first lines]
Petronella Brandt: What were you thinking, Marin? A girl in Assendelft died trying to lose a baby with poison.
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Crazy Credits

The cast list in the closing titles of this episode includes a credit for Petronella's parakeet Peebo:

"Peebo .... Polly" See more »

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splendid
26 October 2019 | by KirpianuscusSee all my reviews

To say something after the second part is unfair or only not so easy. Because the admiration remains the basic state. A new discover of the special novel, the admirable performances, the high care for details, the powerful message, the delicate - fascinating job of Emily Berrington, the final , absolutely regal of photography and something remaining out of words. And that is all.


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27 December 2017 (UK) See more »

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