Love and technology — sometimes this combination can be fatal, disturbing, and lethal. And this is what Netflix’s Original science fiction TV series — Osmosis — tries to explore. The show first premiered on the online platform on March 29, 2019. This mind-bending French drama is created and produced by Audrey Fouché. It features Aude Albano and Claude Chelli as the executive producers and Jean-François Hensgens as the cinematographer.
This is not the first time a Netflix show has explored human relationships with the lens of science. A 2018 Netflix show, Maniac, also explored complex human relationships and the role of technology. It is becoming more and more clear that as we are becoming more and more reliant on technology, the mind of creative filmmakers is also going in that direction. And as result we have shows like Maniac, Westworld and of course, Osmosis. Just a decade back, there were only few filmmakers who were trying to explore relationships via science (most famously in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind), but nowadays there seems to be an avalanche of new filmmakers not afraid of going there. Well, we aren’t complaining, as long as we get to see great shows like Osmosis.
Osmosis Cast: Who is in it?
French actressm Lena Lapres makes her debut wtih Osmosis. She plays the lead role of Claire.
French director and actor Hugo Becker also has an important role in Osmosis. He is already well-known for his portrayals of Louis Grimaldi in Gossip Girl and Romain in Chefs.
Next comes the seasoned French actress Agathe Bonitzer, who again plays a vital role in the series. She has been part of over twenty films since the start of her career in the 1990s.
Other cast members in prominent and recurring roles include Stephane Pitti, Gael Kamilindi, Suzanne Rault-Balet, Luna Silva, Manoel Dupont and Yuming Hey.