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A Conversation with Norman

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A Conversation with Norman

A Conversation with Norman
Directed by Jonathan M. Parisen
Produced by C.M. Murphy
Jonathan M. Parisen
Written by Jonathan M. Parisen
Starring Christopher Englese
Grace Orosz
Tom Loggins
Michael Sean Regan
Edited by Jonathan M. Parisen
  • June 16, 2005 (2005-06-16)
Country United States
Language English

A Conversation with Norman, produced and directed by Jonathan M. Parisen, is a horror film homage to Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho.

It took six years on and off for the filmmaker to get the film made due to problems with sets and casting. It premiered at Anthology Film Archives in New York City on June 13, 2005 just three days before the forty-fifth anniversary of the New York premiere of Psycho. Parisen announced on premiere night that the film would play that night and never be shown again. Parisen promised that the film would never make it to VHS or DVD and would never be shown on television. He said he was doing this to make the premiere night more of an event for the viewing audience. To date Parisen has kept that promise.

Cast

  • Christopher Englese ... Norman
  • Grace Orosz ... Marion
  • Bob Marrone ... Doctor Richmond
  • Tom Loggins ... Sam

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