I came to London two years ago
to study theatre.
It surprises a lot so it just teaches you that
you have to open your eyes wide
and be just ready to accept whatever comes.
It's the richness of culture in Poland
that adds up to creating this one nation.
Poles abroad tend to feel that they are ambassadors for their country.
They said you're coming to Poland whether you're like it or not...
...dragged me to Poland
and from that moment on I have felt deeply Polish.
I don't know how Polish I feel.
I don't know how Jewish I feel.
I don't know how English I feel.
Romantically I would say that my soul
And my emotions are definitely not English.
You have absolute freedom in England politically
and you also have the freedom to starve.
Just taking three generations
for, I suppose, the heritage to come creep back in.
I'm a hybrid. That used to be a problem
but it isn't anymore.
it's great strength, I think.
The Solidarity period
was of tremendous importance to Poland
but it was also very important in my life
because it made me sort of aware
of my Polish roots.
London changed a lot in me.
I think I've became more spontaneous.
You cannot literally translate into English.
You cannot convey the same ... quite the same message.
I'd stay because I'm married to British person.
My children are half British.
It's this culture of tolerance
and art of living alongside each other
And that sets the tone for London and the parameters in which
in all of the varieties he can
thrive and survive.