On the occasion of the final season of “Szadź”, Maciej Stuhr gave an interview to Wirtualna Polska, in which he spoke about the importance of the series in contemporary Poland. The hero of his novel is a lecturer in religious studies at a university, and after work he fought a psychopath.
“Here you can see a mirror of the state of religious thought in Poland, which has long since ceased to satisfy its spiritual needs and has begun to focus on extremes—sympathy and understanding with another human being has ceased, it has given way to control,” he told them, telling them what to do, surrounding them.
He added, “You can see here what power over the government of souls has yielded to the hierarchical authorities. It is never enough to saturate, you always want more of it.”
Although in the TVN and Player.pl series he plays one of the darkest characters on Polish television, he himself believes that there are no bad people.
“There are no good and bad people – there are those who are faced with difficult situations, cannot make the right decision, and under certain circumstances cannot see the way out. They are caught in various traps, which leads them to tragedy. Actions ”- concludes Stor.
Although the reality in “Szadź” is strongly inspired by contemporary Poland, It is already in April of this year. The actor will explain in an interview with OnetHe hopes people won’t believe in the character he’s playing.
“I think we can distinguish between fiction and reality,” he explained. “Although we sometimes find our viewers surprisingly delve into the fiction we give them, there are many hilarious misunderstandings.”
The series “Szad” is a mixture of a thriller and a detective story, full of action, suspense and unexpected twists. Last year, viewers of Player.pl and then TVN could watch the first seven teasers, From May 11 on Player.pl they can see seven more. Aleksandra Popławska played the main role of Commissioner Agnieszka Polkowska. The heroine of the film encounters a psychopathic and highly intelligent serial killer, Professor Pyotr Volnicki, a well-known religious scholar, and a seemingly idealistic husband and father – played by Message Store. It’s similar in the second season.
What sets ‘Szad’ apart is the fact that we know the killer’s identity from the very first episode – the most exciting thing is watching the great game and character that the psychopath plays with Polkowska.
Season two begins with the trial of a murderer awaiting sentencing in custody but does not plead guilty. Will he be able to avoid punishment? Viewers will discover dramatic events from his past, and will also meet a new woman who shares a unique bond and mystery with Wolnicki from his youth.
Source: WP, Unt
Date created: June 12, 2021, 08:07
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