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Stanisław Gawlik

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Nationality Pologne

Stanisław Gawlik (November 11, 1925 – February 2, 1990) was a Polish actor. He made over 20 appearances in film and television. He starred in the 1978 comedy film What Will You Do When You Catch Me?.
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Filmography of Stanisław Gawlik (5 films)

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Decalogue II, 57minutes
Directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski
Themes Pregnancy films, Medical-themed films, Films about sexuality
Actors Krystyna Janda, Aleksander Bardini, Olgierd Łukaszewicz, Artur Barciś, Stanisław Gawlik
Roles postman Wacek

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 VI, 58minutes
Directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski
Actors Olaf Lubaszenko, Grażyna Szapołowska, Artur Barciś, Stanisław Gawlik

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.
A Short Film About Love, 1h26
Directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski
Origin Pologne
Genres Drama, Romance
Themes Films about suicide
Actors Grażyna Szapołowska, Olaf Lubaszenko, Artur Barciś, Stanisław Gawlik
Roles Postman
Rating82% 4.148164.148164.148164.148164.14816
Nineteen-year-old Tomek (Olaf Lubaszenko) is living in an apartment complex in Warsaw with his godmother—staying in her son's room while he's away. Raised in an orphanage, the shy Tomek has few friends and works as a postal clerk. Tomek has been spying on a beautiful older woman, Magda (Grazyna Szapolowska), who lives in an adjacent apartment complex. Using a telescope, he watches her every night performing mundane tasks, working on her artwork, and entertaining men. To get closer to her, he slips fake postal notices in her mailbox for a nonexistent money order at his post office. He also calls her anonymously to hear her voice. Tomek's obsession is focused more on her everyday activities rather than her sex life; when he sees her becoming sexual with men, he trains the telescope away and does not watch.
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.