Mad to be Normal had a successful world premiere at the Glasgow Film Festival and opened to great reviews in select cinemas around the UK.
There are several screenings held around the UK in April and May. The London 22nd April screening held at the Ritzy Cinema at 10:30 will be introduced by one of the key cast members Adam Paul Harvey. Harvey portrays Paul Zimmell, a fellow psychologist and friend of RD Laing (David Tennant). The two men live together with the mentally-ill patients at Kingsley Hall in the 1960s.
We interviewed Harvey about his role in the movie earlier this month and gained quite a bit of insight how the cast and crew approach dramatising this controversial, challenging but brilliant man.
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About Mad to be Normal
David Tennant plays an infamous Scottish psychiatrist R. D. Laing who practised a non-traditional and controversial treatment for those suffered from schizophrenia. He established a medication-free community called Kingsley Hall where he also lived with the patients.
Mad to be Normal also star Elisabeth Moss, Gabriel Bryne, Michael Gambon, and David Bamber. It is written and directed by Robert Mullen. Executive produced by Peter Gerard Dunphy. Produced by Phin Glynn, Charlotte Arden, and Alan Latham for Gizmo Films and Bad Penny Productions.