20.25 / La 2
Special women in 'Film Days'
This week, Film Days puts the focus on women. A report on women and cinema, an interview with the Polish filmmaker Agnieszka Holland and premieres with women as protagonists will be present in an edition that will also appear at the most outstanding premiere of the billboard, 70 Binladens, the new film by Koldo Serra, with Emma Suárez, Nathalie Poza, Hugo Silva and Bárbara Goenaga among its protagonists.
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Music to fight for equality
In the third installment of Songs that changed the world, entitled 'Respect', Zahara visits Leonor Watling and Alejandro Pelayo (Marlango) to remember and sing some of the songs that have accompanied and encouraged the struggle for equal rights for women, such as Respect, You Do not Own Me or songs by Mari Trini and Chavela Vargas. In addition, artists such as Alaska, Rosa León, La Mari de Chambao, Sole Giménez and Mala Rodríguez will review the history of feminism in Spain.
21.30 / The Sixth
Feminism in 'laSexta columna'
Today women occupy most of the armchairs of the Council of Ministers. The footballers fill large stadiums with football fans. And maternity and paternity leave are closer to being equal. Under the title 'Lords on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown', laSexta column analyzes the situation of the feminist movement in Spain a year after the 8-M strike of 2018 and wonders if anything really has changed this year.
22.00 / Movistar Drama
Before sunset. United States, 2004 (80 minutes). Director: Richard Linklater. Performers: Ethan Hawke, Julie Delpy.
It has been nine years since Jesse and Celine met on a train to Vienna, quickly establishing a deep connection between them interrupted by an unfulfilled promise. Now they match again, this time in Paris. Filmmaker Richard Linklater prolongs the success of Before dawn in this sensitive and emotional comedy, full of wonderful dialogues and beautiful images.
22.10 / Antenna 3
More fun in 'Game of games'
This Friday, the program presented by Silvia Abril, Game of games, returns with a fourth installment in which fun and laughter will be the protagonists. As in each delivery, the protagonist tests will take turns so that the spectators can see how the contestants pass it. In this installment, the participants will face challenges such as' Pending a thread ',' Dizziness-to-two ',' A full pill ',' Youtuba ',' Put your ear 'and, finally,' It's raining, let it Rain'.
22.15 / The 2
Spain, 1995 (89 minutes). Director: Azucena Rodríguez. Performers: Penélope Cruz, Carmelo Gómez, Karra Elejalde, Cristina Marcos, María Pujalte.
For her debut, Azucena Rodríguez shot an autobiographical film that revolves around her prison experiences during the time of the dictatorship, although it has nothing to do with the movies in use. Drama with touches of comedy, well done and with a balanced and young cast, in which the role of María Pujalte stands out, a new actress at that time, but of undeniable quality, which gave excellent results. Interesting.