Metro Entertainment released its exclusive clip from David Tennant’s new film, Mad to be Normal, which released in selected cinemas in the UK today.
It’s a scene shared between David Tennant’s R.D. Laing and Michael Gambon’s Sydney Kotok. Laing tries to convince Kotok to give LSD a try as it might help open up his mind. The reluctant old man fears that LSD sends people mad but what has he got to lose?
Enjoy the clip below
Mad to be Normal is screening in selected cinemas around the UK. Check out Mad to be Normal website for locations near you.
Mad to be Normal received its world premiere at Glasgow Film Festival on February 26th and is heading across the pond for Newport Beach Film Festival in California on April 20-27.
About Mad to be Normal
David Tennant plays an infamous Scottish psychiatrist R. D. Laing world-famous for his non-traditional and controversial treatment of schizophrenia. In the 1960s, he established medication-free community at Kingsley Hall where the patients lived side by side with their doctors.
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.
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