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Artur Barciś is a Actor Polonais born on 12 august 1956 at Kokawa, Poland (Pologne)

Artur Barciś

Artur Barciś
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Nationality Pologne
Birth 12 august 1956 (63 years) at 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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Filmography of Artur Barciś (28 films)

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Ranczo Wilkowyje, 1h36
Genres Comedy
Actors Ilona Ostrowska, Cezary Żak, Artur Barciś, Franciszek Pieczka, Filip Bobek
Roles Arkadiusz Czerepach, kontroler Regionalnej Izby Obrachunkowej
Rating58% 2.9099052.9099052.9099052.9099052.909905
Love Stories, 1h27
Directed by Jerzy Stuhr
Actors Jerzy Stuhr, Irina Alfiorova, Katarzyna Figura, Jerzy Nowak, Jerzy Trela, Artur Barciś
Roles Lawyer
Rating70% 3.5371953.5371953.5371953.5371953.537195
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.
Holy Week
Holy Week (1995)
, 1h37
Directed by Andrzej Wajda
Origin Pologne
Genres Drama, War
Actors Bożena Dykiel, Wojciech Pszoniak, Artur Barciś, Maria Seweryn
Roles Zaleski
Rating59% 2.963562.963562.963562.963562.96356
Life for Life: Maximilian Kolbe
Directed by Krzysztof Zanussi
Origin German
Genres Drama, Biography
Actors Christoph Waltz, Edward Żentara, Artur Barciś, Gustaw Lutkiewicz, Jerzy Stuhr, Adam Ferency
Roles brat Anzelm
Rating62% 3.1010253.1010253.1010253.1010253.101025
Maximilien Kolbe est un moine franciscain arrêté par la gestapo et envoyé au Camp d’Auschwitz. En 1941, un codétenu s'évade, pour la peine, dix détenus sont sélectionnés en condamnés à mourir de faim en cellule. Maximilien Kolbe demande l'autorisation au gardien de remplacer au autre détenu père de famille. Le film raconte l'histoire de l'évadé, interprété par l'acteur allemand Christoph Waltz.
Europa Europa, 1h52
Directed by Agnieszka Holland
Origin German
Genres Drama, War, Historical
Themes Politique, Films about religion, Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, Political films, Films about Jews and Judaism, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Marco Hofschneider, Julie Delpy, André Wilms, Artur Barciś, Michèle Gleizer, Nathalie Schmidt
Rating75% 3.7980953.7980953.7980953.7980953.798095
Solek (a nickname for Solomon, also called "Solly") and his family live in Nazi Germany. On the eve of Solek's bar mitzvah, Kristallnacht occurs. He escapes, naked, then hiding in a barrel. At night, he calls his acquaintance to bring him clothes from his house. She refuses, but throws him a leather jacket with a swastika band on its arm. He comes back home. His family is together at home, but his sister is killed by Nazis. The father, who was born in Łódź, Poland, decides to go back there.
Decalogue I, 53minutes
Directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski
Genres Drama
Actors Henryk Baranowski, Wojciech Klata, Maja Komorowska, Artur Barciś
Roles Człowiek siedzący nad lodem
Rating84% 4.244894.244894.244894.244894.24489
Krzysztof lives alone with Paweł, his 12-year-old and highly intelligent son, and introduces him to the world of personal computers. They have several PCs in their flat and do many experiments with programming such as opening/closing the doors or turning on/off the tap water with help of the PC.
Decalogue II, 57minutes
Directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski
Genres Drama
Themes Pregnancy films, Medical-themed films, Films about sexuality
Actors Krystyna Janda, Aleksander Bardini, Olgierd Łukaszewicz, Artur Barciś, Stanisław Gawlik
Roles laboratory assistant
Rating78% 3.942333.942333.942333.942333.94233
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.
Escape from the 'Liberty' Cinema, 1h32
Directed by Wojciech Marczewski
Origin Pologne
Genres Drama, Fantastic
Actors Michał Bajor, Artur Barciś, Zbigniew Zamachowski, Jerzy Bińczycki, Henryk Bista, Jeff Daniels
Roles Projectionist
Rating71% 3.5840053.5840053.5840053.5840053.584005
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 III, 56minutes
Directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski
Genres Drama
Actors Daniel Olbrychski, Joanna Szczepkowska, Artur Barciś, Henryk Baranowski
Roles Motorniczy tramwaju
Rating75% 3.792913.792913.792913.792913.79291
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
Directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski
Genres Drama
Actors Janusz Gajos, Aleksander Bardini, Artur Barciś, Igor Śmiałowski
Roles Kajakarz
Rating84% 4.240914.240914.240914.240914.24091
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 IX, 58minutes
Directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski
Genres Drama
Actors Ewa Błaszczyk, Artur Barciś, Jerzy Trela
Roles Rowerzysta
Rating81% 4.0900954.0900954.0900954.0900954.090095
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.