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Mariusz Dmochowski is a Actor Polonais born on 29 october 1930 at Piotrków Trybunalski (Pologne)

Mariusz Dmochowski

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Nationality Pologne
Birth 29 october 1930 at Piotrków Trybunalski (Pologne)
Death 7 august 1992 (at 61 years) at Popowo (Pologne)
Awards Knight of the Order of Polonia Restituta

Mariusz Dmochowski (29 October 1930 – 7 August 1992) was a Polish actor. He appeared in more than 45 films and television shows between 1958 and 1992.

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Filmography of Mariusz Dmochowski (12 films)

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The War of the Worlds: Next Century, 1h32
Directed by Piotr Szulkin
Genres Science fiction, War, Thriller
Themes Space adventure films, Mars in film, Films based on science fiction novels, Films set in the future, Films about extraterrestrial life, Space opera, Films about extraterrestrial life, Alien invasions in films, Disaster films
Actors Krystyna Janda, Mariusz Dmochowski, Jerzy Stuhr, Marek Walczewski, Stanisław Gawlik, Janusz Gajos
Rating69% 3.4774753.4774753.4774753.4774753.477475
The film starts from the position close to the literary inspiration suggested in the title, but rather from developing it in the same manner as the novel it is used as a witty commentary on the political situation of Poland in the period of the Polish People's Republic.
The Scar
The Scar (1976)
, 1h52
Directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski
Origin Pologne
Genres Drama
Actors Franciszek Pieczka, Mariusz Dmochowski, Jerzy Stuhr, Agnieszka Holland, Bohdan Ejmont, Tomasz Zygadło
Roles Vorsitzender
Rating67% 3.396773.396773.396773.396773.39677
After discussions and dishonest negotiations, a decision is made as to where a large new chemical factory is to be built. Stefan Bednarz (Franciszek Pieczka), an honest Party man, is put in charge of the construction. Bednarz used to live in the small town where the factory is to be built, and his wife used to be a Party activist there. Although he has unpleasant memories of the town, Bednarz sets out to build a place where people will be able to live well and work well. His intentions and convictions, however, conflict with those of the townspeople who are mainly concerned with their short-term needs. Disillusioned, Bednarz gives up his position.
The Doll
The Doll (1968)
, 2h19
Directed by Wojciech Has
Origin Pologne
Genres Drama, Romance
Actors Beata Tyszkiewicz, Mariusz Dmochowski, Tadeusz Fijewski, Wiesław Gołas, Jan Machulski, Kalina Jędrusik
Roles Stanisław Wokulski
Rating69% 3.4850753.4850753.4850753.4850753.485075
As a descendant of an impoverished Polish noble family, young Wokulski is forced to work as a waiter at Hopfer's, a Warsaw restaurant, while dreaming of a life in science. After taking part in the failed 1863 Uprising against Tsarist Russia, he is sentenced to exile in Siberia. On eventual return to Warsaw, he becomes a salesman at Mincel's haberdashery. Marrying the late owner's widow (who eventually dies), he comes into money and uses it to set up a partnership with a Russian merchant he had met while in exile. The two merchants go to Bulgaria during the Russo-Turkish War, and Wokulski makes a fortune supplying the Russian Army. The enterprising Wokulski now proves a romantic at heart, falling in love with Izabela, daughter of the vacuous, bankrupt aristocrat, Tomasz Łęcki. In his quest to win Izabela, Wokulski begins frequenting theatres and aristocratic salons; and to help her financially distressed father, founds a company and sets the aristocrats up as shareholders in his business. The indolence of these aristocrats, who secure with their pensions, are too lazy to undertake new business risks, frustrates Wokulski. His ability to make money is respected but his lack of family and social rank is condescended to. Because of his "help" (in secret) to Izabela's impecunious but influential father, the girl becomes aware of his affection. In the end she consents to accept him, but without true devotion or love.
Hrabina Cosel, 2h19
Directed by Jerzy Antczak
Genres Historical, Romance
Actors Jadwiga Barańska, Daniel Olbrychski, Władysław Hańcza, Mariusz Dmochowski, Ignacy Gogolewski, Leon Niemczyk
Roles August II
Rating64% 3.222873.222873.222873.222873.22287
The Countess Cosel is based on the true story of the beautiful Anna Constantia of Brockdorff, a German noblewoman who became a mistress of Augustus the Strong, King of Poland and Elector of Saxony in 1704.
Eroica (1958)
, 1h27
Directed by Andrzej Munk
Genres Drama, Comedy
Themes Prison films, Political films
Actors Tadeusz Łomnicki, Leon Niemczyk, Mariusz Dmochowski, Emil Karewicz, Kazimierz Opaliński, Roman Kłosowski
Rating75% 3.7885253.7885253.7885253.7885253.788525
The first part is a bitter, tragicomic story of Dzidziuś, a street-wise bon-vivant, drunkard, and coward who unwillingly becomes a soldier in the Home Army during the Warsaw Uprising. Dzidziuś wife Zosia is having an affair with a Hungarian officer stationed nearby, and Dzidziuś is ordered to contact the Hungarian unit and convince the officer to join the battle against the Nazis.