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Artur Barciś

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Nationalité Pologne
Naissance 12 aout 1956 (63 ans) à Kokawa, Poland (Pologne)

Artur Barciś (born 12 August 1956 in Kokawa, Poland) is a Polish actor. His television appearances include Krzysztof Kieślowski's anthology series Dekalog (1989), the soap opera Aby do świtu... (1992), and Kurierzy ("Couriers"). Since 2006 he has played the lovable neurotic Arkadiusz Czerepach in the comedy series Ranczo ("The Ranch").

In 2011, he and Ranczo co-star Cezary Zak starred in Dziwna Para, a Polish adaptation of Neil Simon's Broadway theatre play The Odd Couple.

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Filmographie de Artur Barciś (26 films)

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Historie milosne, 1h27
Réalisé par Jerzy Stuhr
Acteurs Jerzy Stuhr, Irina Alfiorova, Katarzyna Figura, Jerzy Nowak, Jerzy Trela, Artur Barciś
Rôle Lawyer
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The four characters played by Jerzy Stuhr all arrive at the same place at different times in different vehicles: a college professor in his own car, a priest in a taxicab, an army officer in a government vehicle and a prisoner in a police van accompanied by two police officers. As the opening credits roll, the four characters walk about the same building.
Europa Europa, 1h52
Réalisé par Agnieszka Holland
Origine Allemagne
Genres Drame, Guerre, Historique
Thèmes Politique, Religion, Sexualité, Homosexualité, Politique, Religion juive, LGBT, LGBT
Acteurs Marco Hofschneider, Julie Delpy, André Wilms, Artur Barciś, Michèle Gleizer, Nathalie Schmidt
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Le film commence par la circoncision de Salomon « Sally » Perel, né le 20 avril 1925, dans une famille juive à Peine, localité proche de Brunswick en Allemagne. Novembre 1938, à la veille de sa bar mitzvah, la nuit de Cristal éclate et sa sœur Bertha est tuée. Sa famille fuit l'Allemagne et s'établit en Pologne à Lodz, ville d'origine de son père. Mais, le 1er septembre 1939 la Pologne est envahie par les armées d'Hitler.
Decalogue IX, 58minutes
Réalisé par Krzysztof Kieślowski
Acteurs Ewa Błaszczyk, Artur Barciś, Jerzy Trela
Rôle man on the bicycle

Dr. Roman Nycz (Piotr Machalica) has been diagnosed with impotence. His friend and colleague confirms the prognosis, suggesting that he should divorce his attractive young wife, Hanka (Ewa Błaszczyk), a stewardess for KLM. After discussing the diagnosis, it becomes clear that the couple is in love and do not want to lose each other. Hanka offers that there are more important things in a relationship between two people than sex and that she will manage to live without it. Roman, although guarded and hurt, says that he would not begrudge her decision to find another lover if she does not already have one. She halfheartedly refuses and asks that they refrain from discussing the situation at length.
L'Evasion du cinéma Liberté, 1h32
Réalisé par Wojciech Marczewski
Origine Pologne
Genres Drame, Fantastique
Acteurs Michał Bajor, Artur Barciś, Zbigniew Zamachowski, Jerzy Bińczycki, Henryk Bista, Jeff Daniels
Rôle Projectionist
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Dans la Pologne proche de la sortie du communisme, des responsables de la censure et du Parti entrent en dialogue avec les personnages présents sur l’écran du cinéma Liberté, notamment dans des scènes de La Rose pourpre du Caire de Woody Allen, où un personnage quitte l'écran pour aller dans la salle. On est dans une construction à multiples degrés de films dans le film... et de rapports entre spectateurs (simples ou ayant un rôle de censure) avec une œuvre cinématographique.
Decalogue II, 57minutes
Réalisé par Krzysztof Kieślowski
Thèmes La grossesse, Maladie, Sexualité
Acteurs Krystyna Janda, Aleksander Bardini, Olgierd Łukaszewicz, Artur Barciś, Stanisław Gawlik
Rôle laboratory assistant

The episode focuses on two people: an elderly doctor (Aleksander Bardini), who lives alone in the ubiquitous Dekalog apartment block and works in a local hospital; and Dorota Geller (Krystyna Janda), a violinist with the Philharmonic Orchestra, who is in her 30s and lives in the same building.
Decalogue III, 56minutes
Réalisé par Krzysztof Kieślowski
Acteurs Daniel Olbrychski, Joanna Szczepkowska, Artur Barciś, Henryk Baranowski
Rôle tram-driver

It is Christmas Eve. Janusz (Daniel Olbrychski), a taxicab driver, plays Święty Mikołaj (roughly equivalent to Santa Claus) for his children and then comes home as himself (crossing paths briefly with Krzysztof from Decalogue I) to his wife and children, in order to spend the evening with them. They attend mass in the city. There he spots Ewa (Maria Pakulnis), with whom he had an affair three years earlier. Ewa just happened upon the church after visiting her senile aunt in the retirement home (the aunt asks Ewa whether she's done her homework, but also enquires after her husband).
Decalogue IV, 56minutes
Réalisé par Krzysztof Kieślowski
Acteurs Janusz Gajos, Aleksander Bardini, Artur Barciś
Rôle young man

Anka (Adrianna Biedrzyńska), an attractive acting student, lives with her father, Michal (Janusz Gajos). Her mother has been dead since Anka was born. They get on well together and their relations are more like those between two friends rather than a father-daughter relationship. Michal often travels abroad on business trips and Anka does not feel very happy at home without him.
Decalogue V, 57minutes
Réalisé par Krzysztof Kieślowski
Thèmes La peine de mort
Acteurs Mirosław Baka, Artur Barciś, Krystyna Janda, Krzysztof Globisz, Zbigniew Zapasiewicz

The film begins with Piotr Balicki (Krzysztof Globisz), a young and idealistic lawyer who is about to take the bar exam. Jacek Łazar (Mirosław Baka) is a 20-year-old man, coming from the countryside. He wanders the streets of Warsaw and has apparently nothing to do. He keeps asking about a taxi stand but the first one he finds is very busy. Waldemar Rekowski (Jan Tesarz), a middle-aged taxicab driver, overweight, cruel-looking, lives in the Dekalog apartment block. He enjoys the freedom of his profession, with a wage and the power to ignore people whom he does not want to take in his taxi, as well as ogling young ladies.
Decalogue VI, 58minutes
Réalisé par Krzysztof Kieślowski
Acteurs Olaf Lubaszenko, Grażyna Szapołowska, Artur Barciś, Stanisław Gawlik
Rôle young man

Tomek (Olaf Lubaszenko) is a nineteen-year-old orphan, living with the mother of a friend and working at the local post office. He has been observing an attractive woman in her thirties, Magda (Grażyna Szapołowska), and fallen in love with her. He sends false notices from the post office to her, calling her to pick up money which does not exist, just to see her. In the evenings, he spies on her through a telescope, as she lives in an apartment opposite his, and calls her frequently. Magda sees many men in her apartment and Tomek manages to ruin her dates by calling the gas service to check a leak.