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Janusz Gajos is a Actor Polonais born on 23 september 1939 at Dąbrowa Górnicza (Pologne)

Janusz Gajos

Janusz Gajos
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Nationality Pologne
Birth 23 september 1939 (79 years) at Dąbrowa Górnicza (Pologne)
Awards Medal for Merit to Culture

Janusz Gajos ([ˈjanuʂ ˈɡajɔs]; born 23 September 1939 in Dąbrowa Górnicza) is a Polish actor.

He graduated in 1965 from the National Film School in Łódź as one of its best students despite having been rejected during entrance exams for three times. He debuted while he was still in film school in children's film Panienka z okienka in 1964. Shortly afterwards he was cast in a role of Janek Kos in a widely popular TV World War II series Czterej pancerni i pies (Four tank men and a dog). He starred in numerous other films and theatrical plays, notably in Krzysztof Kieślowski's Three Colors: White.

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Filmography of Janusz Gajos (26 films)

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Body
Body (2015)

Directed by Małgorzata Szumowska
Genres Drama, Comedy
Actors Janusz Gajos, Maja Ostaszewska, Ewa Dałkowska
Roles Prokurator Janusz Koprowicz
Rating64% 3.24653.24653.24653.24653.2465
The Revenge, 1h40
Directed by Andrzej Wajda
Origin Pologne
Genres Comedy
Themes Théâtre, Films based on plays
Actors Roman Polanski, Janusz Gajos, Andrzej Seweryn, Katarzyna Figura, Daniel Olbrychski, Agata Buzek
Roles cześnik Maciej Raptusiewicz
Rating57% 2.851882.851882.851882.851882.85188
Raptusiewicz (Janusz Gajos) réside dans la moitié d'un château tandis que l'autre moitié est habitée par son rival détesté Rejent Milczek (Andrzej Seweryn). Raptusiewicz souhaite se marier avec Podstolina (Katarzyna Figura), la veuve de Lord High Steward, Podstolina cherchant un mari riche.
Chopin: Desire for Love, 2h14
Directed by Jerzy Antczak
Genres Drama, Romance
Themes Films about music and musicians, Films about classical music and musicians, Musical films
Actors Piotr Adamczyk, Danuta Stenka, Jadwiga Barańska, Jerzy Zelnik, Janusz Gajos, Marian Opania
Roles Grand Duke Constantine Pavlovich Romanov: Polish Grand Duke of Russian ancestry who frequently called upon Chopin.
Rating50% 2.517152.517152.517152.517152.51715
The film starts when Fryderyk Chopin is still a young man living with his parents and his two sisters in Warsaw where he frequently plays the piano and composes music for the decidedly unmusical Grand Duke Constantine. Shortly before the November Uprising, Chopin's father urges him to leave for Paris, which Fryderyk does. Once in Paris he meets novelist George Sand, who has just split from her violent lover Mallefille. Although he is immediately drawn to Sand, he initially refuses her advances. However, after several months, their mutual friend Albert urges Chopin to get to know George better and a passionate romance starts to build. During their affair, Chopin is diagnosed with tuberculosis and has to cope with a declining health. The relationship is further complicated by George's two children: Maurice and Solange. While Maurice's near-hysterical hatred of Chopin leads from one escalation to the other, Solange develops an obsessive love for Chopin which leads to a rivalry between Solange and her mother. After several years of constant fighting between Chopin, George, Maurice and Solange, the relationship ends and Chopin calls for one of his sisters to help him get through the last days of his life.
C'est moi, le voleur, 1h36
Directed by Jacek Bromski
Origin Pologne
Genres Comedy
Actors Janusz Gajos, Jan Frycz, Kinga Preis, Daniel Olbrychski, Krystyna Feldman, Maciej Kozłowski
Roles Wyskocz

Piotrek âgé de 16 ans et son copain Franek âgé de 11 ans grandissent dans des familles dysfonctionnelles. Piotrek travaille en tant que mécanicien dans le garage de Wyskocz, après ses heures de travail il vole des autoradios. Un jour il vole une Jaguar pour impressionner Maks, un voleur de voitures connu.
Three Colors: White, 1h40
Directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski
Origin France
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romance
Themes Films about immigration, Films about marriage
Actors Zbigniew Zamachowski, Julie Delpy, Jerzy Stuhr, Janusz Gajos, Aleksander Bardini, Juliette Binoche
Roles Mikolaj
Rating76% 3.848973.848973.848973.848973.84897
After opening with a brief, seemingly irrelevant scene of a suitcase on an airport carousel, the story quickly focuses on a Paris divorce court where Karol Karol (Zbigniew Zamachowski) is pleading with the judge — the same legal proceedings that Juliette Binoche's character briefly stumbled upon in Blue. The immigrant Karol, despite his difficulty in understanding French, is made to understand that his wife Dominique (Julie Delpy) does not love him. The grounds for divorce are humiliating: Karol was unable to consummate the marriage. Along with his wife, he loses his means of support (a beauty salon they jointly owned), his legal residency in France, and the rest of his cash in a series of mishaps, and is soon a beggar. He only retains a 2 franc coin.
The Dogs
The Dogs (1992)
, 1h44
Genres Action
Actors Bogusław Linda, Marek Kondrat, Cezary Pazura, Zbigniew Zapasiewicz, Janusz Gajos, Olaf Lubaszenko
Roles major Gross
Rating76% 3.84653.84653.84653.84653.8465
Poland in 1990, right after the fall of communism. Former officers of the SB (Poland's communist secret police) are undergoing re-evaluation, in the process of which the country's new democratic leadership is trying to establish whether or not they can be incorporated into the new police service. Franciszek Maurer (Franz) is one of them. He has a notorious service record and is ruthless, but devoted to service - the only thing he cares about, since he became estranged from his wife and son. Eventually he is taken over by the new police force, while one of his best friends, Olgierd Żwirski (Olo), is not. Facing unemployment, Olo joins a newly formed criminal gang, consisting mainly of ex-SB agents, which operates in international narcotics trade. Franz and Olo, who try to co-operate despite the new circumstances, soon face each other as enemies. Moreover, Franz's relationship with Angela Wenz, a young girl he has befriended, becomes more and more complicated as the story continues, especially after Angela meets Olo.
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 Cenzor
Rating71% 3.5841253.5841253.5841253.5841253.584125
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.
Interrogation, 1h58
Directed by Ryszard Bugajski
Origin Pologne
Genres Drama, Thriller
Themes Politique, Prison films, Films about sexuality, Erotic films, Sexploitation films, Political films, Women in prison films
Actors Krystyna Janda, Adam Ferency, Janusz Gajos, Agnieszka Holland, Anna Romantowska, Olgierd Łukaszewicz
Roles Kąpielowy
Rating80% 4.0414254.0414254.0414254.0414254.041425
Tonia (Krystyna Janda) is a cabaret singer in post-World War II Poland towards the end of the life of Soviet leader Joseph Stalin. After she performs for soldiers, she is arrested without being told why, and placed in a political military prison to be interrogated. Over a course of some years, she is humiliated and tortured by prison officials into confessing to crimes she did not commit. After failing to sign a document detailing a false confession, she is taken to the prison shower block and locked into a small cage between the floors. The water is turned on and the room is slowly flooded. She is released at the last moment and told to sign the confession form again, which she continues to refuse to do. While in prison, she demands that she sees her husband. One day he visits the prison, but is told by the officials of her alleged infidelities prior to her arrest, and he tells her that he doesn't want to see her again. She unsuccessfully attempts suicide. She develops a romantic relationship with an officer, one of the interrogating prison officials, whom she tells of the absurdity of the system he believes in. She becomes pregnant by him and, like other female inmates, is forced to give up her child for adoption, before eventually being released and reunited with her child. The officer secures her release and her ability to reclaim their child and then commits suicide.
Decalogue IV, 56minutes
Directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski
Actors Janusz Gajos, Aleksander Bardini, Artur Barciś
Roles Michał

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.