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Piotr Nowak

Piotr Nowak



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In Krew z Krwi as nadkomisarz Paweł Żarynas nadkomisarz Paweł Żaryn

in Krew z Krwi
In Into Deep Water as Jerzyas Jerzy

in Into Deep Water

TV Series Starring Piotr Nowak

Krew z KrwiKrew z Krwi

The series takes place in the Tri-City. Carmen Rota (Agata Kulesza), daughter of a former mafia boss, leads her life away from the criminal underworld and raises three children. Her husband Marek (Zbigniew Stryj) officially runs a private marina. In fact, together with Carmen's brother, Wiktor (Andrzej Andrzejewski) and his friend Stefan (Lukasz Simlat), he deals with smuggling. When Carmen's husband dies as a result of gangster-related charges, her life turns into a hell. There are strangers and threatening to kill children, demanding the repayment of her husband's debts and stolen drugs. To protect loved ones, Carmen makes a decisive decision - she decides to lead the family of the "empire of evil". Her seemingly peaceful life turns into a hell of crimes.


Into Deep WaterInto Deep Water
TVP 2, 2011 | Drama

Strong, sometimes disturbing drama series that shows the darkest side of human existence. The series features work of social workers in one of the social welfare centers in a big city. Each episode focuses on a different social problem and characters struggling for help. Wiktor Okulicki, a newly nominated director of the center, is a man of acts, not words. He has been a social worker for over 15 years and during this time he faced not only numerous difficult social problems, but also went through a serious personal crisis. His co-workers, mostly young and enthusiastic idealists, meet individuals who often have to face the toughest and most depressing circumstances. They still have no doubts that they can help someone in need.