Dead End Parents Guide
Dead End is an upcoming American Comedy Crime TV series. Thr film is under the direction of Grzegorz Jaroszuk and Jakub Piatek who has also directed Bliscy, Frozen Stories, Kebab & Horoscope. It is written by screenplay writer Dorota Trzaska. It casts Jasmina Polak, Juliusz Chrzastowski, Anna Ilczuk, Michal Sikorski.
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Dead End Release Date
Dead End is set to be released by Netflix on December 1, 2022.
|Director||Grzegorz Jaroszuk and Jakub Piatek|
|Genre||Comedy, Crime, Drama, Thriller|
|Release Date||December 1, 2022|
|Production Company||Opus TV|
The story is about a group of unknown persons who accidentally drive off in a car with two million zlotys, coming from a heist.
Dead End Age Rating
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Dead End Parents Guide
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Dead End Casts and Characters
The cast of Dead End includes:
- Jasmina Polak (Hardkor Disko)
- Juliusz Chrzastowski (Corpus Christi)
- Anna Ilczuk (Pierwsa milosc)
- Michal Sikorski (Sonata)
- Lukasz Garlicki (Battle of Warsaw 1920)
- Maja Wolska (Cracow Monsters)
- Mateusz Król (To Kill a Beaver)
Who is the director of Dead End?
Grzegorz Jaroszuk and Jakub Piatek are the director of Dead End.
What is the release date of Dead End?
The release date of Dead End is 1 December 2022.
On which ott platform Dead end will release?
The dead end will release only on Netflix.
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