Pszoniak gained international recognition following his work with Andrzej Wajda. The Polish maestro directed Pszoniak in one of the leading parts of his 1975 film "The Promised Land". After the actor had left the country as the result of political unrest, Pszoniak worked in theatres and film produced in France. Pszoniak, who did not know French prior to his emigration to France, had to learn his lines phonetically, and his part of Robespierre in the historical film "Danton", had to be dubbed by a French-speaking actor.
After the fall of communism in Eastern Europe, Pszoniak returned to Poland, where he acts on stage and in films. Pszoniak has also tried his hand as a theatre director.
When the band emerged in 1994, they sounded and looked like nothing that had come before them - their DNA a glorious mix of race, gender, sexuality, cultural and musical influences. Legendary British quartet will play at the Main Stage at Pol'and'Rock Festival this summer.
Get ready to travel into the world of cyberpunk future with the face of retro-futurism and icon of musical re-invention. Perturbator will take you on a journey into a new musical reality. Those searching for new sounds and new worlds should make sure to see him take the Main Stage.
One of the major Polish indie rock bands will be making its return to their familiar stomping grounds at Pol'and'Rock Festival. Happysad will be taking the Main Stage at the festival.