Krystyna Janda

Krystyna Janda
Name : Krystyna Janda
Birth Date :18 December 1952
Birth Place :Starachowice, Poland
Nationality :NA
Height:NA
Occupation:Actress

Krystyna Jolanta Janda is a Polish film and theater actress best known internationally for playing leading roles in several films by Polish director Andrzej Wajda, including Man of Marble and Man of Iron. In 1981, Janda played in the Academy Award-winning movie Mephisto.

Krystyna Janda Movies and TV Shows

  • A Short Film About Killing [28 January 1985]

    O-Bi, O-Ba: The End of Civilization is a 1985 Polish drama science fiction film written and directed by Piotr Szulkin. Starring Jerzy Stuhr and Krystyna Janda, the film takes place in a post-apocalyptic future where humans live in an isolated vault which is falling apart.

  • A Woman’s Pale Blue Handwriting [May 1983]

    Bella Donna is a 1983 West German drama film directed by Peter Keglevic. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1983 Cannes Film Festival.

  • Actress [14 September 2018 (Poland)]

    A man has to find a way to change his father's bad behavior.

  • All About My Parents [22 November 1991]

  • An Air So Pure [3 September 1997 (France)]

    World War I is dragging on and the rich citizens of Europe have nowhere to go to alleviate their suffering. Magnus (Fabrice Luchini) and Dr. Boyer (André Dussollier) renovate a mansion deep in the mountains and open their doors as a high-class rest and relaxation center. While the clients have their secrets, Magnus and Dr. Boyer have theirs as well -- they also treat maimed and wounded soldiers. After several mysterious deaths, they realize that no one seems to be getting any better.… MORE

  • Beast [2017]

  • Bella Donna [1988]

  • Daddy [5 April 1987]

    A teenager is forced to suffer the consequences and responsibilities of fatherhood when his ex-girlfriend reveals that she is pregnant.

  • Dekalog: Five [1987]

    Suspended is a 1987 Polish film directed by Waldemar Krzystek. The film tells the story of a former Home Army member who hides for several years in the cellar of the house belonging to the woman he secretly married during the war.

  • Dekalog: Two [December 1992]

    An amnesiac must avoid the two former policemen who beat him up so badly he lost part of his memory.

  • Der grüne Vogel [25 December 2014]

    A man shares his parents' erotic fascinations.

  • Dismissed from Life [22 September 2005 (Germany)]

    The Call of the Toad is a film released in 2005 that tells the love story between a German man and a Polish woman who become caught up in the advent of modern capitalism in Poland. It is based on the novel The Call of the Toad written by Günter Grass.

  • Dolce Fine Giornata [27 July 1981 (Poland)]

    A Polish reporter attempts to compile a story designed to discredit a labor leader involved in the Gdansk strikes.

  • Elles [September 1995]

  • Espion, lève-toi [20 February 1983 (Poland)]

    The War of the Worlds: Next Century is a 1981 Polish film by Piotr Szulkin which is inspired by the classic 1897 novel of H. G. Wells, The War of the Worlds.

  • Golem [20 December 2000 (Poland)]

  • Interrogation [26 June 2019 (Russia)]

    A woman's life begins to fall apart after she develops a relationship with a young immigrant.

  • Inventory [1984]

  • Kill It and Leave This Town [5 May 1972]

    How Far Away, How Near is a 1972 film directed by Tadeusz Konwicki.

  • Kochankowie mojej mamy [14 December 1995 (Poland)]

    A man fights for a divorce and custody of his young daughter after his wife proves to be unstable.

  • Laputa [26 February 1979]

  • Life as a Fatal Sexually Transmitted Disease [24 March 1980 (Poland)]

    After 50 years abroad, an orchestra leader makes a triumphant -- and embarrassing -- return to his native Poland.

  • Man of Iron [24 April 2009 (Poland)]

    Sweet Rush is a 2009 Polish drama film directed by Andrzej Wajda. The film won the Alfred Bauer Prize at the 59th Berlin International Film Festival in 2009.

  • Man of Marble [25 February 1977 (Poland)]

    In repressive mid-1970s Poland, documentary filmmaker Agnieszka (Krystyna Janda) begins work on a film about Mateusz Birkut (Jerzy Radziwilowicz), a bricklayer who had briefly been hailed as a hero of the proletariat in the 1950s, but then disappeared into obscurity. In piecing together details about the bricklayer's mysterious life, she discovers that his involvement in organized labor had been viewed negatively by party bosses, and that her own investigations could put her in danger.… MORE

  • Matka swojej matki [18 May 1984]

  • Mephisto [27 November 1978 (Poland)]

    Immediately after prominent Polish journalist Jerzy Michalowski (Zbigniew Zapasiewicz) has his latest appearance on national television to discuss his work, his life suddenly begins spiraling out of control. His wife leaves him for a younger colleague, the university class he teaches is canceled and many of his privileges are revoked by unnamed "authorities." Jerzy struggles to maintain his sanity in this trenchant send-up of life under communism.… MORE

  • O-Bi, O-Ba: The End of Civilization [18 March 1980 (Poland)]

    In the future humankind is controlled by technology and doctors to improve the human race. One of the creations is suspected of being a normal human being, a reverse golem.

  • On the Silver Globe [11 March 1988 (Warsaw)]

    Jacek (Miroslaw Baka) climbs into the taxi driven by Waldemar (Jan Tesarz), tells him to drive to a remote location, then brutally strangles him, seemingly without motive. He's soon arrested and turned over to the state, with his only ally his idealist defense attorney, Piotr (Krzysztof Globisz). Defending his client, Piotr throws himself into the trial, but the outcome is never in doubt. Jacek is found guilty and sentenced to be executed, a death just as brutal as that suffered by his victim.… MORE

  • Panie Dulskie [27 January 1982 (France)]

    Espion, lève-toi 1982 is a French spy thriller film directed by Yves Boisset about a sleeper agent in Zurich, based on the thriller Chance Awakening by George Markstein. This film was first supposed to be directed by Andrzej Żuławski, but in the end it was Yves Boisset who did it.

  • Pestka [18 April 1972]

  • Porozmawiajmy o zyciu i smierci [28 February 2003 (Poland)]

  • Several People, Little Time [19 February 2001 (Kielce)]

  • Suspended [3 September 1997 (France)]

    World War I is dragging on and the rich citizens of Europe have nowhere to go to alleviate their suffering. Magnus (Fabrice Luchini) and Dr. Boyer (André Dussollier) renovate a mansion deep in the mountains and open their doors as a high-class rest and relaxation center. While the clients have their secrets, Magnus and Dr. Boyer have theirs as well -- they also treat maimed and wounded soldiers. After several mysterious deaths, they realize that no one seems to be getting any better.… MORE

  • Sweet Rush [11 February 1981 (Hungary)]

    Hendrik Hoefgen (Klaus Maria Brandauer) craves center stage. After years spent slogging it out in provincial theaters, he's grown sufficiently desperate that when the Nazi party effectively offers to make him a star, he doesn't hesitate. Great roles and plenty of praise accumulate quickly, and Hendrik revels in his success. He dreams of ultimately playing Mephisto, and to that end blithely overlooks the profound moral compromises of his situation.… MORE

  • The Call of the Toad [18 January 2001]

    A man struggles to come to terms with the mysterious disappearance of his school friend that has haunted his adult life. He returns to his hometown to track down the key figures from the time and tries to unravel the mystery of his disappearance.

  • The Conductor [15 March 1990 (Italy)]

    The brilliant director Krzysztof Kieslowski brought together an acclaimed screenwriter, composer, nine cinematographers and an extraordinary team of actors for these 10 audacious films -- each a provocative and powerful modern interpretation of one of the Ten Commandments.

  • The Cop and the Girl [30 October 2020 (Russia)]

    Fleeing from despair after losing those dearest to him, a man hides in a safe land of memories, where time stands still and all those dear to him are still alive.

  • The Limit [1985]

  • The Reverse [5 February 1986]

    The son of an alcoholic must run the household while his mother drinks and sleeps around.

  • The Spring to Come [23 October 1989 (Poland)]

    Inventory is a 1989 Polish drama film directed by Krzysztof Zanussi. It was entered into the 16th Moscow International Film Festival.

  • The War of the Worlds: Next Century [27 January 1978]

  • The Yellow Scarf [May 1986]

    A married French architect (Sami Frey) and a Polish photographer (Krystyna Janda) discuss their affair in a West Berlin studio.

  • Vertiges [16 March 1981]

    W biały dzień is a Polish historical film. It was released in 1981.

  • W biały dzień [4 December 2015 (Poland)]

  • Weiser [1 June 1990 (West Germany)]

    Dekalog: Five is the fifth part of Dekalog, the drama series of films directed by Polish director Krzysztof Kieślowski for television, connected to the fifth imperative of the Ten Commandments: "Thou shalt not murder".

  • Wilder Westen inclusive [31 March 2003]

  • Without Anesthesia [1 February 2012 (France)]

    Well-off Parisian journalist Anne is investigating the lives of two student prostitutes for a magazine article. What begins as a routine assignment quickly turns personal, as Anne is drawn into the lives of these fiercely independent young women.

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What is birthdate of Krystyna Janda?

- 18 December 1952.

What is BirthPlace of Krystyna Janda?

- Starachowice, Poland.

What is Nationality of Krystyna Janda?

- NA.

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What is Age of Krystyna Janda?

- 67.

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