Anatomy 2

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Anatomy 2
Anatomie-2-poster.jpg
German film poster
Directed by Stefan Ruzowitzky
Produced by Andrea Willson
Written by Stefan Ruzowitzky
Starring Barnaby Metschurat
Franka Potente
Music by Marius Ruhland
Cinematography Andreas Berger
Edited by Hans Funck
Distributed by Strand Releasing
Release date
February 6, 2003 (2003-02-06)
Running time
101 minutes
Country Germany
Language German
English

Anatomy 2 (German: Anatomie 2) is a 2003 German thriller film written and directed by Stefan Ruzowitzky. It's the sequel to the 2000 film Anatomy, that starred Franka Potente. The story moves to Berlin for this film.

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The Heidelberg chapter of the Anti-Hippocratic Society for unrestricted medical research has been shut down, but at a prestigious Berlin hospital the society still thrives. The young neurosurgeon Jo from Duisburg gets caught up in a research group led by doctor Mueller LaRousse, who urges his students to test their progress on themselves. Jo participates in the trials to eventually help his brother, who has Muscular Dystrophy. When Jo and some of his fellow students show some reluctance, Mueller LaRousse uses alternative means to punish them before they can give up the society to Paula Henning, who is now investigating the society for the police.

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