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|Directed by||Stefan Ruzowitzky|
|Produced by||Andrea Willson|
|Written by||Stefan Ruzowitzky|
|Music by||Marius Ruhland|
|Edited by||Hans Funck|
|Distributed by||Strand Releasing|
|February 6, 2003|
Anatomy 2 (German: Anatomie 2) is a 2003 German thriller film written and directed by Stefan Ruzowitzky that stars Franka Potente. It's the sequel to the 2000 film Anatomy. The story moves to Berlin for this film.
Early on Benny, a member of the Anti-Hippocratic Society, slashes himself in front of Professor Mueller LaRousse and an audience.
The main character is the young neurosurgeon Jo from Duisburg, who wants to complete his practical course at a large hospital in Berlin. He hopes to join the research group of Mueller LaRousse because his younger brother has Muscular Dystrophy, which was the cause of their father's death...
Paula Henning (Franka Potente) has become a police investigator investigating the Anti-Hippocratic society.
The Anti-Hippocrats perform surgeries in blood red surgical gowns.
- Barnaby Metschurat as Joachim Hauser
- Franka Potente as Paula Henning
- Ariane Schnug as Junge Kellerin
- Herbert Knaup as Prof. Charles Müller-LaRousse
- Wotan Wilke Möhring as Gregor
- Heike Makatsch as Viktoria
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