Born in Poland in 1900, doctor Max Jacobson encounters the future president Kennedy just before his election. At the time, Jacobson was a famous doctor in New York with a nickname “Doctor Feelgood”. He was especially well-known among celebrities to administrate amphetamines. Max Jacobson became Kennedy’s personal doctor. Behind the doors, armed with his syringe, he is a witness of many private and sate secrets.
- Genre: History
- Length: 1 x 52'
- Director: Christian Huleu & Guillaume Perez