Mandragora (film)

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.

Directed byWiktor Grodecki
Written byWiktor Grodecki
David Svec
StarringMiroslav Caslavka
David Svec
Pavel Skripal
Release date
  • 1997 (1997)

The film is the last of Grodecki's trilogy of films about male prostitution, the other two being Not Angels But Angels and Body Without Soul.[1]


Other cast members; Jirí Kaftan, Bretislav Farský, Michell Turchetti and Tomas Petrak


  1. ^ Villiers, Nicholas de (2017). Sexography: Sex Work in Documentary. U of Minnesota Press. ISBN 978-1-4529-5390-8.

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