Marta Nieradkiewicz - Ola Serafin, Ultraviolet

Marta Nieradkiewicz - Ola Serafin, Ultraviolet

Ultraviolet: In Lodz, Poland, Ola Serafin is a reluctant witness to a dramatic event resembling a suicide, but which she finds suspicious to say the least. While the police seem to remain indifferent to the case, Ola begins to investigate on her own. She discovers the "Ultraviolet" website, a group of people who help each other to solve cases that are not solved by the police. She befriends several members of the network, but also a policeman to whom she gives the information about the investigation she has discovered. In exchange for his help, she hopes that he will agree to reopen the file on her brother's death.

Marta Nieradkiewicz is a Polish actress. In addition to film and television, she often treads the boards, at the Polish Theatre in Bydgoszcz, the Dramatic Theatre in Opole, and since 2013, the Old Theatre in Krakow.

In 2007, she received the Distinction of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage for her role as Klarysa Hailsham-Brown in Spider Web, as well as the Audience Award in the category of "most electrifying female role". She also won several awards for supporting roles, and in 2014 received the Golden Mask Award for her performance in the play Brothers and Sisters.

In 2021, she participated in the 55th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival as a member of the jury.



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