Magdalena Poczarska In an interview with Artur Zaborski during the 48th FPFF in Gdynia, she talked about her role in the latest film he directed Jean Kidawa-Blonsky – “Little rose 2“.
“Of course there are roles that leave a very big mark and then end up breathing down their necks. It is a unique situation that the creators, producers and directors decided to give these characters a chance to find their way in modern reality and decided to confront them with it. I know the first part was special and the viewers will hold us accountable for that In this context, such speculations – about how these destinies will be led – have of course accompanied me. […] “When we were making this part, we didn’t need an answer to this question,” says Magdalena Poczarska.
Magdalena Poczarska Thirteen years after the premiere of the first part of “Little Rose” He returns in a triple role. The creators set the actress a difficult task: to play the role of mother and daughter. She wore them in three styles. The makeup took up to six hours Under the supervision of Waldemar Pokromski, a professor of the Polish Make-up School, with whom he collaborated Andrei Wajda Or Steven Spielberg.
“I tried hard not to overdo it. I knew that the makeup and the boldness of my character and my costumes was already such a strong tone that all I could do was try to make it as believable as possible,” says the actress. It particularly worked on differentiating the character’s voice.
In an interview with Interia, the actress titled “Różyczka” admits the following:The role in Kidawa-Błoński’s latest film turned out to be very demanding for her.
“I don’t remember a role that would have pushed me that far and would have required me to concentrate so hard on the work. […] It was a big challenge for me how to present it so as not to overwhelm the viewer with his emotions,” Poczarska admitted.
The film discovers the dramatic truth about the family past of the main character, Kamila Sakovic, and her mother Joanna Warczyska (both played by Magdalena Poczarska). Unexpectedly discovered secrets will force her to reevaluate her entire life and make difficult choices.
Joanna Warczewska has it all: a great love and a thriving career. However, this orderly life is suddenly disrupted by a terrorist attack in which her beloved husband (Paweł Małaszyński) dies. When fate gives Joanna a new chance at life, she is dealt another blow. Someone sends insulting photos and documents to her family, and demands hundreds of thousands of euros in exchange for silence.
Joanna decides to confront the blackmailer and the truth about her past herself. She is willing to risk everything to regain control of her life and uncover the complex conspiracy she has been drawn into. What role will the mysterious agent (Jacek Brasiak), influential politician (Janusz Gagos) and past friend (Robert Wieckiewicz) play in this dramatic game? Its outcome could affect the fate of millions, and time is not on Joanna’s side.
The film will also feature Maria Sewerin, Mateusz Panasiuk and Adrian Topol, among others.
The role in “Różyczka” turned out to be a breakthrough in Magdalena Boczarska’s career. She starred in the film “Little Rose” directed by Jan Kidawa-Błoński. The film tells the story of a girl (Poczarska) who is blinded by her feelings for a Secret Service agent (Robert Wieckiewicz) and who falls in love with a famous writer (Andrzej Sywerin) on his orders. Her mission is to keep an eye on her lover. “Little Rose” won the Golden Lion at the 2010 Gdynia Film Festival, and Poczarska received the Best Actress award at the event.
The actress later collaborated with Kidawa-Błoński in the film In Hiding (2013). The film tells the story of a love affair between a Polish woman (Poczarska) and a Jewish woman (Julia Pogrebinska) who was hidden by her family during World War II. However, the film was met with a very good reception, and Boczarska and Pogrebińska were nominated for a Snakes Award in the category “Worst Screen Couple”.
In 2016, Boczarska played her best role since “Różyczka” in “The Art of Loving. The Story of Michalina Wisłocka”. The plot detailed her private life and her attempts to publish her now famous book. Maria Sadowska’s film included many bold scenes, but the actress did not find any problem filming them.
As of October 20, we can admire her in the sequel to “Little Rose.”
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