DirectorWiktor Grodecki Duration Music directorWolfgang Hammerschmid
WriterWiktor Grodecki, David Svec Release date1997 Initial releaseOctober 23, 1997 (Czech Republic) ScreenplayWiktor Grodecki, David Svec CastMiroslav Caslavka (Marek), David Svec (David), Pavel Sk?ípal (Honza) Similar moviesLove Is Strange, I Killed My Mother, Vivre sa vie, Je t'aime moi non plus, The Crying Game, The Client List
TaglineHe was 15 – an innocent from a small village, soon to be trapped in the erotic underworld of Prague.
Wiktor Grodecki directed Mandragora and Body Without Soul. Wiktor Grodecki directed Mandragora and Not Angels But Angels. Thanks for Every New Morning (1994). Romeo - Juliet and Darkness (1960). Forgotten Light (1996).
Mandragora is a 1997 film by Polish director Wiktor Grodecki about the mental and physical decline of a 15-year-old boy who runs away from his seemingly distanced father to Prague, where he becomes a victim of the drug and sex scene.