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Marie-Laure lives in Paris with her father. Her father works as a locksmith at a museum. Marie-Laure goes blind at a young age because of cataracts.
Werner is a German boy that lived in an orphanage in the countryside with his sister Jutta.
Marie-Laure and her father flee to her great-uncle's house in Saint-Malo as the war begins to worsen. Marie-Laure's uncle had kept a radio hidden in the attic so that he could broadcast codes to the allies. Her uncle got arrested.
Werner is assigned to calculate the location of radio broadcasts using trigonometry since he is considered a "technical genius". After he found out about the broadcasts, he finds out about Marie-Laure and falls in love with her.
Saint-Malo began getting bombed one day. Werner seeks shelter in the basement of a hotel. Marie-Laure hides in her uncle's cellar. Marie-Laure eventually goes to the attic to get water and when she is there she begins broadcasting again. Marie-Laure then said over the radio that she was in danger so Werner went to her uncle's to save her.
Years after the war was over, Jutta and Marie-Laure get in touch to talk about all that had happened. Marie-Laure let her know that Werner had died in a mining accident and Jutta got his belongings.
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