Normal (2009 film)

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Angels Gone
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Czech theatrical poster
Directed by Julius Ševčík
Produced by Karla Stojáková
Written by Anthony Neilson (play)
Julius Ševčík
Starring Milan Kňažko
Pavel Gajdoš
Dagmar Veškrnová
Miroslav Táborský
Jan Vlasák
Zuzana Kajnarová
Meto Jovanovski
Music by Jan P. Muchow
Cinematography Antonio Riestra
Edited by Marek Opatrný
Distributed by Bontonfilm
Release date
  • 26 March 2009 (2009-03-26)
Running time
100 minutes
Country Czech Republic
Language Czech

Normal (also known as Angels Gone) is a film adaptation of playwright Anthony Neilson's 1991 work Normal: The Düsseldorf Ripper, a fictional account of serial killer Peter Kürten's life, told from the point of view of his defense lawyer. With Milan Kňažko as Kürten, Dagmar Veškrnová as his wife and Pavel Gajdoš as his lawyer Dr. Justus Wehner; directed by Julius Ševčík, lensed by Antonio Riestra. Released in Czech Republic on 26 March 2009.

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