The models used in the film were inspired by Dr. Gunther von Hagens
popular exhibition "Body Works" in which real cadavers are plasticized after being dissected. One character even mentions this process when we see the hall for the first time at the beginning of the film, but no real cadavers were used as the director thought it "too macabre". The models were created by a team headed by Joachim Grüninger
and Birger Laube
. The models were so accurate and detailed that the film's medical advisers thought they could be used as actual teaching specimens. See more
[first words - as med student works over cadaver bare-handed
Gloves Kaminski, gloves. The lady's a study aid, not Sharon Stone.
Yeah, Kaminski instincts are very basic... They're more fun when they're alive.
Alright, pipe down. That's enough for this group. Ever seen a drowning victim? Tomorrow's putrefaction day.
Uh, professor? There seems to be some kind of anomaly in the pelvic region.
A penis per chance? It's not an anomaly, it's that little boys are created differently than little girls. ...
Here's a New Thing
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by Paul Weller
Courtesy of Paul Weller and Wintrup Musik, Detmold See more