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Suck My Dick (2001)

A successfull novel writer called Dr. Jekyll feels haunted by Hyde, a character from his latest novel who somehow materialized. When Jekyll awakens from a surreal nightmare he realizes that... See full summary »


Oskar Roehler


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Edgar Selge ... Jekyll
Katja Flint Katja Flint ... Jeanny
Ralf Richter Ralf Richter ... Hyde
Wolfgang Joop Wolfgang Joop ... Psychiater
Zora Holt Zora Holt ... Julia
Sonja Kerskes ... Babsy
Dieter Laser ... Kritiker Basalt / Professor / Moderator
Michael Gaißmayer Michael Gaißmayer ... Verleger / Zynismus (Gehirngestalten)
Franziska Walser Franziska Walser ... Corinna
Hannelore Elsner ... Sprechstundenhilfe
Gerry Jochum Gerry Jochum ... Politiker
Natalia Wörner ... Tina
George Hubertus Regout ... Partygast / Alexander (as Hubertus Regout)
Anne Sarah Hartung Anne Sarah Hartung
Nina Bagusat Nina Bagusat ... Barbara


A successfull novel writer called Dr. Jekyll feels haunted by Hyde, a character from his latest novel who somehow materialized. When Jekyll awakens from a surreal nightmare he realizes that Hyde took his penis away, leaving only a hole behind, what finally turns out to be the beginning of a psychological and at times quite campy journey through male fears of loss of power, identity and youth. Written by krazykool_kat

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Release Date:

8 November 2001 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Chupe Meu Pirulito See more »

Filming Locations:

Berlin, Germany

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Helkon Media See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital


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Not a comedy
8 January 2011 | by moos-944-919302See all my reviews

Do you know how to deal with the subject 'midlife crisis'? Maybe you are one of those people who often makes a remark like "He's probably in his midlife crisis."? Well,a midlife crisis is not a comedy; it's a difficult subject. Roehler made a great effort to make it easier for all of us. He treated this subject with the same intensity as he did one year earlier making his sober and black-and-white 'Die Unberührbare'. This time the subject asked for exaggeration and lots of colors. His forceful use of all the possibillities cinema has to offer shines new light on all the clichés that tell the story of 'Suck my dick'. Roehler displays a main character vulnerable to the laughs of the cinema audience who believe the remark mentioned above is a really funny joke. But in the end, when the main character finds salvation because he doesn't need others to measure and know himself anymore, the laugh is on them. The audience who understand the power of cinema will be pleasantly surprised; this film doesn't show a special person with a special story but the totally average, middle-aged guy and he is ever the more interesting, the whole film through.

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