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Jerzy Trela is a Actor Polonais born on 14 march 1942 at Leńcze (Pologne)

Jerzy Trela

Jerzy Trela
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Nationality Pologne
Birth 14 march 1942 (78 years) at Leńcze (Pologne)
Awards Medal for Merit to Culture, Knight of the Order of Polonia Restituta

Jerzy Trela (born March 14, 1942) is a Polish actor. In 2003 he starred in the film An Ancient Tale: When the Sun Was a God under Jerzy Hoffman. He is also known for White (1994), Quo Vadis (2001) and Ida (2013).

Trela played also many roles on stage at The Old Theatre in Kraków (Polish: Narodowy Stary Teatr im. Heleny Modrzejewskiej w Krakowie) and he was Professor and Rector at the Ludwik Solski Academy for the Dramatic Arts.

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Filmography of Jerzy Trela (24 films)

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Ida
Ida (2013)
, 1h20
Directed by Paweł Pawlikowski
Origin Pologne
Genres Drama
Themes Films about religion, Films about suicide, Political films, Films about Jews and Judaism
Actors Agata Kulesza, Agata Trzebuchowska, Joanna Kulig, Dawid Ogrodnik, Adam Szyszkowski, Jerzy Trela
Roles Szymon Skiba
Rating73% 3.699243.699243.699243.699243.69924
In the 1960s Polish People's Republic, Anna, a young novice nun, is told by her prioress that before she takes her vows she must visit her aunt, Wanda Gruz, who is her only surviving relative. Anna travels to visit her aunt Wanda, a chain-smoking, hard-drinking, sexually promiscuous judge who reveals that Anna's actual name is Ida Lebenstein. Ida's parents had been Jews who were murdered late in the German occupation of Poland during World War II (1939–45). Ida was then an infant, and as an orphan she'd been raised by the convent. Wanda, who'd been a Communist resistance fighter against the German occupation, had become the state prosecutor "Red Wanda" who sent "men to their deaths". Wanda's role alludes to "the political show trials of the early 1950s, when Poland’s Communist government used judicial terror (among other methods) to consolidate its power and eliminate its enemies.
Retrieval
Retrieval (2006)
, 1h43
Directed by Sławomir Fabicki
Origin Pologne
Genres Drama
Actors Jacek Braciak, Jerzy Trela
Roles Grandpa
Rating65% 3.2915553.2915553.2915553.2915553.291555
Quo Vadis
Quo Vadis (2001)
, 4h34
Directed by Jerzy Kawalerowicz
Origin Pologne
Genres Drama, Historical, Peplum, Romance
Themes Films set in Africa, Films about religion
Actors Paweł Deląg, Magdalena Mielcarz, Franciszek Pieczka, Bogusław Linda, Michał Bajor, Jerzy Trela
Roles Chilo Chilonides
Rating57% 2.854642.854642.854642.854642.85464
The central plot in the movie revolves around the love of a Roman patrician, Marcus Vinicius, towards a Christian girl (coming from the territory of modern-day Poland) set against the backdrop of the persecutions against Christians during the reign of Nero.
Pan Tadeusz, 2h27
Directed by Andrzej Wajda
Genres Drama, War, Historical, Romance
Themes Histoire de France, Napoleonic Wars films
Actors Bogusław Linda, Alicja Bachleda-Curuś, Jerzy Bińczycki, Daniel Olbrychski, Grażyna Szapołowska, Andrzej Seweryn
Rating59% 2.9988352.9988352.9988352.9988352.998835
Pan Tadeusz is told in flashbacks as the author, Adam Mickiewicz, reads his work to a group of elderly exiles in Paris. The story takes place over the course of five days in 1811 and one day in 1812 in rolling landscapes of Lithuania inhabited by Poles whose homeland has been recently partitioned among Russia, the Austrian Empire and Prussia. Not far off in history looms Napoleon's invasion of Russia, the prospect of which heartens Poles yearning for liberation. But more immediately, the characters in Pan Tadeusz are feuding among themselves.
Love Stories, 1h27
Directed by Jerzy Stuhr
Actors Jerzy Stuhr, Irina Alfiorova, Katarzyna Figura, Jerzy Nowak, Jerzy Trela, Artur Barciś
Roles General
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.
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 Monsieur Bronek
Rating76% 3.8493153.8493153.8493153.8493153.849315
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.
Decalogue IX, 58minutes
Directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski
Genres Drama
Actors Ewa Błaszczyk, Artur Barciś, Jerzy Trela
Roles Lekarz Mikołaj, kolega Romana
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.
On the Silver Globe, 2h46
Directed by Andrzej Żuławski
Origin Pologne
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Fantasy, Adventure
Themes Films about magic and magicians, Films based on science fiction novels
Actors Andrzej Seweryn, Jerzy Trela, Krystyna Janda, Jan Frycz, Henryk Bista, Andrzej Żuławski
Roles Jerzy
Rating73% 3.65453.65453.65453.65453.6545
A group of astronauts leaves Earth to find freedom, and their spaceship crashes on an unnamed Earth-like planet. The astronauts, equipped with video-recorders, reach a seashore, where they build a village. After many years, only one member of the crew, Jerzy, is still alive, watching the growth of a new society, whose religion is based on mythical tales of an expedition from the Earth. The first off-Earth generation calls him the Old Man, treating him as a demi-God. The Old Man leaves them and before his death sends his video diary back to Earth in a rocket. A space researcher named Marek (Andrzej Seweryn) receives the video diary and travels to the planet. When he arrives, he is welcomed by the cast of priests as the Messiah, who can release them from the captivity of the Szerns, indigenous occupants of the planet. Shortly afterwards, Marek organizes an army and enters the city of the Szerns. Meanwhile, the priests start to believe that Marek was an outcast from the Earth, rather than a messiah who came to fulfill the religious prophecy.