14.55 / TCM
Bhowani Junction. USA, 1956 (110 minutes). Director: George Cukor. Performers: Ava Gardner, Stewart Granger, Bill Travers, Abraham Sofaer.
An extensive flash back gives form to this powerful melodrama of the teacher George Cukor, who is situated in the last years of the British colonization in India. Framed between two summit works as A star has been born Y The Girls, This stormy love story focuses on the relationship between a colonel and an Anglo-Indian woman who is torn between the two cultures. Cukor flaunts an energetic storyteller and the film is magnified with the presence of the almighty Ava Gardner.
15.00 / Movistar Action
USA, 2009 (160 minutes). Director: Zack Snyder. Performers: Patrick Wilson, Carla Gugino, Jackie Earle Haley, Billy Crudup, Matthew Goode.
It was assumed that it was impossible to bring the comic to the screen 300, of Frank Miller, and Zack Snyder achieved it in a memorable way (from Miller himself it was also considered utopian the adaptation of Sin City and there was Robert Rodriguez to get it). Three years after 300, Snyder relapsed with another "impossible", a creation of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons. In Watchmen, the iconic figure of the superheroes jumps through the air, striking fiercely in their dreary areas – also those of society as a whole – thanks to images full of nerve, of unusual plastic perfection, wrapped in a soundtrack that reviews decades of music, from Bob Dylan to Smashing Pumpkins. Impeccable.
20.30 / La 2
'Days of cinema', with Redford and Von Trier
The cinematographic space of La 2 remains attentive to the premieres of the billboard. this week will review among others, The old man and the gun, film with which Robert Redford has announced his farewell to the cinema as an actor, and Jack's house, the last film of the always controversial to the sequel Lars Von Trier. In addition, he will look at the re-release of Mizoguchi's masterpiece, Tales of the pale moon and will remember the filmmaker underground Jonas Mekas
22.10 / La 1
The Company You Keep. USA, 2012 (120 minutes). Director: Robert Redford. Performers: Robert Redford, Susan Sarandon, Shia LaBeouf, Julie Christie, Sam Elliott.
Robert Redford launches a new attempt at committed cinema in which he shines more as a director of actors – an excellent and abundant cast adorns the plot of Silence pact- than as a filmmaker. A functional staging, which always remains at the service of the discourse, portrays a former activist who today lives integrated in the system and who will be investigated by the FBI.
22.10 / Antenna 3
More imitations, in 'Your face sounds to me'
With the excomponent of Auryn Carlos Marco as a special guest, the music and the imitations return with Your face is familiar to me. Marco will enter the skin of one of the contestants of the program, Soraya Arnelas, and among other performances, Mimi, who occupies the first position in the ranking of points, will become Junior, Anabel Alonso will be Massiel, Jordi Coll will be transformed into Antonio Vega and Brays Efe will be Eminem.