Second season of ‘By Ana Milan’
After a successful first installment, Ana Milan returns to play herself in the second season of By Ana Milán, a comedy that combines fact and fiction. The plots of this new appointment show the actress in the face of new work and vital opportunities that she will face no matter how much luck insists on turning her back. As the ghost of Mario’s presence still weighs on her, to try to silence her loneliness she will launch into all the jobs that are offered to her: cinema, TV, advertising … Jorge Usón, Pilar Bergés, Marcelo Converti, Cristóbal Suárez and Pablo Gómez Pando, among others, they complete the cast of the series.
13.40 / Paramount Network
The Gift. USA, 2000 (107 minutes). Director: Sam Raimi. Performers: Cate Blanchett, Giovanni Ribisi, Keanu Reeves, Katie Holmes.
The baffling Sam Raimi, before indulging in Spiderman’s arachnid excesses, delivered one of the most disturbing terrifying dramas of recent years. A film shaken by bursts of intense tension, in which a woman with telepathic powers carries the inner ghosts of the inhabitants of an entire town.
14.20 / AMC
‘Life is Beautiful’
Life is Beautiful. Italy, 1997 (108 minutes). Director: Roberto Benigni. Interpretes: Roberto Benigni, Nicoletta Braschi, Giustino Durano.
Still surprising is this magical dramatic comedy, in which Benigni takes up the best of his previous works and smoothes out his most obvious flaws. It is true that Benigni’s continued presence as an actor marks the story for better and for worse, but the filmmaker shows admirable courage and an overwhelming handling of comic resources. A vitalist and crazy Jew falls in love with the woman of his dreams amid the rigors of the Mussolini era. Later, faced with the Nazi occupation, he will have to use all his imagination to protect his own. And it is then that the film is revealed as a fable about the overcoming and the power of the imagination in the best Chaplinian tradition.
14.45 / TCM
‘Secrets and Lies’
Secrets and Lies. United Kingdom, 1995 (140 minutes). Director: Mike Leigh. Performers: Timothy Spall, Brenda Blethyn, Phyllis Logan.
The British Mike Leigh for years has regularly delivered aggressive, terrible films, in which he portrays the miseries of the society of his time. Secrets and Lies infiltrates the insides of a family to break down their relationships, and does so by achieving the most complex thing: that the viewer is almost one more character in the show, wallowed by the proximity of the conflicts, that what happens before his eyes is the life itself and make its meticulous dramatic reconstruction invisible. Secrets and lies is an unsettling, very hard, essential work
15.00 / Movistar CineÑ
Spain, 2007 (105 minutes). Director: Jaume Mateu Adrover. Int .: Juan Diego, Pep Tosar, Hamza El Hilali.
Jaume Mateu makes his debut with this energetic drama that revolves around the guardianship centers for minors. Between the docudrama and the social chronicle, filmed in super 16 millimeters and then “swollen” digitally, Fort Apache it delves into the lack of resources of educators to serve underprivileged children and forces the viewer to look at an everyday and truthful reality.
17.05 / COSMO
USA, 2011 (125 minutes). Director: Martin Scorsese. Performers: Asa Butterfield, Chloë Grace Moretz, Ben Kingsley, Sacha Baron Cohen, Ray Winstone.
Reality and fantasy. Life and cinema. Territories that can sometimes be confused. Hugo’s invention follows an orphan boy who lives in the Montparnasse station, in Paris, and who turns to the creation of a robot, an imitation of human life. When cinema becomes present, it will do so in the form of a vital certainty or, perhaps, an imagined dream, with the presence of the greatest pioneer of the image, the man who took a rocket to one of the eyes of the Moon. A true wonder.
17.25 / Movistar Drama
‘J. Edgar ‘
USA, 2011 (137 minutes). Director: Clint Eastwood. Performers: Leonardo DiCaprio, Armie Hammer, Naomi Watts.
Clint Eastwood delivers an elaborate biopic centering on the all-powerful head of the FBI. Although at the time the portrait of the protagonist’s homosexuality caused controversy, this is just one more line that defines a character as contradictory as he is attractive. Eastwood gives his images a slow and precise cadence, and encloses his protagonists in frames full of expressiveness.
19.25 / 1
Last stage of the Vuelta
An individual time trial marks the outcome of Vuelta 2021. Its last stage proposes a route of 33.7 kilometers from Padrón to Santiago de Compostela. Seven years later, the Vuelta returns to the Galician capital with a layout that will put runners in trouble. An outcome that will be decided by the winner of the competition and in which keeping your nerves tempered will be one of the keys to reaching the top of the podium.
20.45 / The 1
Spain-Georgia in qualification for the 2022 World Cup
The Spanish soccer team faces the Georgia team at the Nuevo Vivero stadium in Badajoz, in a fundamental match for the national team. After the defeat against Sweden, Luis Enrique’s players are almost forced to win to aspire to be first in their group on their way to qualify for the 2022 World Cup. At this moment, Spain is second in the group, two points behind Sweden and with one more game.
21.30 / DMAX
Another appointment with the border agents
The popular documentary series Border Control: Spain goes ahead in DMAX to show the work of the security forces at the Spanish border points. Among the cases that will be shown this season, the agents of the Maritime Service on the coast of the Strait will star in a pursuit of several boats that transport contraband tobacco and will witness the boarding of a boat from Colombia, which is suspected of carrying a large cocaine shipment.
22.10 / Antenna 3
A new Turkish series arrives: ‘Infidel’
Asya and Volkan form a perfect family together with their son Ali. What seems like a life of love and happiness is cut short by Volkan’s infidelity. Nothing will be the same anymore: an empowered Asya will take control and refuse to be a victim. This is the starting point of the plot of Unfaithful, the new Turkish series that today premieres Antena 3. Next, the chain will offer a new installment of My daughter, which continues with the issuance of its final chapters.
22.30 / The 1
Night of the Cremation, from Valencia
La 1 broadcasts the celebration of the Nit de la Cremà live. As a consequence of the sanitary regulations in force and, specifically, the curfew, the Cremà de la Falla Municipal has been brought forward at 23.00. The public channel will contact the main protagonists of the party in this special program that Ana Prada will lead from the balcony of the Plaza del Ayuntamiento. This year’s Municipal Falla is “Açó també passarà” ‘(“This will also happen”), a work by the Falla artist Manolo Martín and José Ramón Espuig, designed by the urban artist Escif.
23.30 / The 1
‘The dark knight’
The Dark Knight. USA, 2008 (152 minutes). Dir .: Christopher Nolan. Performers: Christian Bale, Heath Ledger, Maggie Gyllenhaal.
The murky face of the batman presides over Christopher Nolan’s second, feverish approach to the character. The dark knight he delves into his torments, although the film soon shows who turns out to be its true protagonist, a monumental Joker played by a superlative Heath Ledger, turned into the absolute master of a suffocating story, baroque, dense and colorful in equal measure. Nolan’s staging does the rest in an essential work in American cinema of this century.
24.00 / Hollywood
The Wolfman. USA-UK, 2010 (125 minutes). Director: Joe Johnston. Cast: Benicio del Toro, Emily Blunt.
Joe Johnston’s attempt to resurrect the myth of the lycanthrope insists on the tragic overtones of the character, though he soon slides into the realms of melodrama. His story is drowned in the showiness of his special effects, although the effort to delve into the legendary components of the character is noticeable.
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