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Suck My Dick

Suck My Dick

Dr. Jekyll is the author of the best selling book Suck My Dick and he has a really big problem: the main character of his novel, Mr. Hyde, breaks out of Dr. Jekyll's brain and sets up on his own. The nightmare begins.
With the help of the enchanting fairy Jeanny, Hyde slowly takes over Dr. Jekyll's life. The author loses his hair, his teeth, his manliness and even his standing as a shooting star in the literature scene. His young girlfriend decides to leave him and when he begs his ex-wife for help, she lets him down as well. His psychologist considers Dr. Jekyll to be in a terrible state of mid-life-crisis and even diagnoses schizophrenia. Only his daughter stands by his side during the ordeal. As we see him fighting his nightmare, which became reality, we wonder if he will ever wake up ...


Oskar Roehler started his career as a screenwriter for various cinema films and directed his first feature, GENTLEMAN, in 1995. His film NO PLACE TO GO (2000), a very personal and sensitively told portrait of his mother, was Roehler’s breakthrough and received the German Film Award in Gold. His other award-winning films include: ANGST (2003) which premiered in the competition at the Berlinale in 2003, AGNES AND HIS BROTHERS (2004) which screened at the Venice Film Festival, as well as his film adaptation of Michel Houellebecq’s novel ATOMISED (2006). JUD SÜSS - FILM OHNE GEWISSEN (2010) which also played in competition at the Berlinale was one of his most polarizing films. After SOURCES OF LIFE (2012) which premiered in Karlovy Vary in competition, OUTMASTERED is his latest film.
Genre Art, Comedy
Category Feature
Year of Production 2000
Director Oskar Roehler
Screenplay Oskar Roehler
Cinematography Carl-Friedrich Koschnick
Gergana Voigt
Martin Todsharow
Alexander Manasse
Cast Hannelore Elsner, Ralf Richter, Edgar Selge, Vadim Glowna, Katja Flint, Wolfgang Joop
Producers Werner Koenig, Rudolf Markus Reischl
Production Company Helkon Media Filmproduktion/Munich
Length 82 min
Format 16 mm
Original Version
 German
Subtitled Version English
Sound Technology Dolby Digital
Festivals Rotterdam 2002, Gothenburg 2002, Warsaw 2002 (German Panorama)
German Distributor Helkon Filmverleih GmbH/Munich