17.30 / Cinema Doc & Roll
United Kingdom-Poland, 2017 (94 minutes). Directors: Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman.
The greatness of animated cinema has a new milestone, born of this Herculean Loving Vincent. The film, painted in oil, has 65,000 paintings, produced over seven years of work by 125 different painters, thrown into a mimesis of the artist's style. The rotoscope technique (with which the frames of sequences previously filmed with real actors are painted) is raised to a new category that extracts expressivity and emotion from each shot. Loving Vincent It relates an investigation in which a young man investigates the death of the painter, but, beyond its plot, it becomes a feast of sensations and a meticulous study of the aesthetics of genius.
22.00 / TCM
USA, 2016 (100 minutes). Director: Pablo Larraín. Performers: Natalie Portman, Peter Sarsgaard, Greta Gerwig.
After films as combative and memorable as Do not Y The club, and the stormy print made in Neruda, the Chilean Pablo Larraín approaches one of the American icons of the 20th century. Jackie focuses on the days after Kennedy's assassination in Dallas and flees from the schemes of biopic to trace the mournful portrait of a woman split between her public image and her private existence. Larraín delves into the character, creates images of unbelievable brilliance and allies with a huge Natalie Portman.
22.00 / Cosmo
Second installment of the 'Arctic' series
The frozen landscapes of Lapland are the scene of the intrigue that develops the Arctic Finnish series. In the second episode, the police follow the trail of the owner of the cabin in which the bodies of the murdered prostitutes were found. Meanwhile, Nina is removed from the criminal case and will focus on helping the scientist Thomas with the investigation of the virus. You will discover that all pregnant women are in danger
22.10 / AMC
USA, 2005 (90 minutes). Director: Florent Siri. Performers: Bruce Willis, Kevin Pollack, Michelle Horn, Jimmy Bennett.
Despite participating in too many nudity, Bruce Willis is an excellent actor, as shown in this thriller in which he plays a police negotiator who carries traumas from the past. Hostage it departs from the common places thanks to a staging that plays with tenebrism to enhance the restlessness of the images.
22.30 / La 1
A 'thriller' about two missing girls
The best seller by Agustín Martínez serves as the basis for The hunt. Monteperdido, the series that premieres tonight La 1. Directed by Salvador García Ruiz and Álvaro Ron, its plot tells how a village in the Huesca Pyrenees was marked by the disappearance of two girls five years ago. Now, one of them will return without being able to give any information about its captor. Two agents of the UCO will tackle the case, which will soon become a labyrinth.
22.40 / Antenna 3
A secret threatens the success of Futura
Robert hides a secret, which Maribel will access, which could threaten the career of the record label Futura. This episode of the series 45 revolutions He also tells how the young man stands on the company's new bet, thanks to the fact that Guillermo has not lost his talent for talent scouts. However, Robert's push will suffer a setback when he discovers that in order to act he needs an artist's card that he does not own.