Visitors to the tomb of the legend of Polish cinema, Franciszek Pieczka, agree that this view will be remembered for a long time.
No wonder, after all, Franciszek Pieczka deserved respect and recognition not only because of valuable and stunning professional achievements, but also thanks to what a man he was privately.
People, seeing a pile of flowers on Franciszek Pieczka's tomb, captured this extraordinary sight with their telephones.
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Many famous personalities interviewed in connection with the death of the actor, admitted that he was a kind of acting phenomenon and a very modest man at the same time.
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Franciszek Pieczka passed away on September 23 this year. He was one of the most brilliant actors who worked practically until the end of their lives. The artist died at the age of 94, and the public was informed about this sad fact by the actor's closest relatives.
His rich acting output counts over 100 films. As the “o2” portal reminds, Franciszek Pieczka was a famous actor not only in Poland, but also abroad, and some of the directors with whom he had the opportunity to work were Jerzy Has or Andrzej Wajda.
Now the media reports that the actor's game is a reflection of the fan's love, great respect and great regret at the death of the star.
Social media has been flooded with photos of the grave completely covered with flowers left by the participant & oacute ; at the funeral.
There are also videos to watch, and the view will be long remembered by many people.
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