Anatomy 2 is a German horror film that was released in 2003. Anatomy 2 follows Jo Hauser who is a doctor and amateur soccer player. Dr. Hauser decides that he needs to increase his medical training and expand his expertise. He decides to move to Berlin, Germany, to train at a famous clinic. Doing this will also help him with his brother Will, who is handicapped. While at the clinic he discovers that the team of doctors there are doing unofficial research. The research is on human bionic muscles and the doctors at the clinic are performing this research in secret. Jo soon learns of this research and he beliefs there is a chance that it could help his brother Will, who suffers from muscular dystrophy.
Jo becomes close to a nurse at the clinic and they start a love affair. He also become addicted to the drugs that the doctors are using in the experiment and they almost destroy his life. Much of the horror in Anatomy 2 comes from the fact that the doctors are performing these experiments in secret without the approval of any medical board. Jo performs surgery on a young woman while members of the board watch. They are so impressed with his skills and subsequent dissertation, that they offer him membership in their exclusive club
The doctors are creepy and even wear red surgical gowns that look like blood. There are no ethics involved in the experiments and the doctors are experimenting on humans without their consent. Jo is soon caught up in this dangerous world. The doctors are so evil that they even call themselves the Anti-Hippocratic Oath Society. The Hippocratic Oath is something all doctors take, pledging to help people and not to harm them. These doctors however do not care.
Throughout the movie, the Anti-Hippocratic Oath Society is being investigated by the police, including the lead investigator played by Franka Potente. Anatomy 2 is rated R. It is a horror film and it depicts scenes of violence and surgical procedures. There is also drug use and sexual content depicted. It is in German with English subtitles.