What to see on TV today? Saturday, December 29, 2018 | TV
16.50 / TCM
'Lost in Translation'
United States, 2003 (102 minutes). Director: Sofia Coppola. Performers: Scarlett Johansson, Bill Murray, Giovanni Ribisi, Anna Faris.
After debuting with the surprising The suicide virgins, Sofia Coppola captivated the critics with this Lost in Translation The director was inspired to write the story (deserved Oscar for the best screenplay) in her experience during the promotion in Japan of her first job - her brief answers to the journalists were translated with long sentences - to offer a sincere and bittersweet portrait of loneliness and the lack of communication. To emphasize, the work, awarded with a Golden Globe, of a great Bill Murray.
21.20 / The Sixth
'LaSexta noche' closes the year
This Saturday, in laSexta noche, Iñaki López and Andrea Ropero will review the best moments of the season that they have lived together with guests such as Iñaki Gabilondo, Albert Rivera or Arturo Pérez-Reverte. Margarita Robles, Pablo Iglesias, Carlos Alsina, Isabel Gemio, Cayetano Martinez de Irujo, Cayo Lara, Alberto Chicote and Eduardo Mendoza, among other guests who have passed through the program of La Sexta, can not miss this event. Further, laSexta noche It will have a very Christmas debate, with its usual tertulianos.
21.30 / The 1
Annual summary, in 'Weekly report'
This 2018 is about to say goodbye, and Weekly report he says goodbye with a classic: his summary with the highlights of the last 12 months. The program looks back with three reports to remember the best, the worst or the most important thing that has happened inside and outside of Spain. Also, review the highlights of the sport and say goodbye with the memory of characters like Stephen Hawking, Montserrat Caballé, Forges or José María Íñigo.
22.00 / DMAX
New 'Treasures in the open'
In this installment of the documentary series Treasures uncovered entitled 'The wife of Jesus Christ', will try to shed light on a writing of antiquity that has generated much controversy because in one of its eight lines has written: "Jesus said, my wife." Could this fragment be a modern counterfeit or could it serve to support the growing theory that suggests Mary Magdalene may have been Jesus' wife and one of the first leaders of the Church?
22.15 / The 1
Double appointment with '14 of April. The Republic'
TVE issues two new deliveries of April 14th. Republic. In the first of the night, entitled 'At dawn', the imminent execution of Alcazar is expected, but his friends will do the impossible to get him out of their confinement and understand that they will have to leave the framework of legality if they want to have any chance. In the second, 'Vergüenzas', Fernando will be surprised when investigating a case of corruption. It will not take long to discover what will be the biggest scandal of the time, an illicit business involving important political figures of the country.
22.50 / Divinity
Maleficent. United States, 2014 (97 minutes). Director: Robert Stromberg. Performers: Angelina Jolie, Elle Fanning, Juno Temple.
The sleeping beauty of the forest, the famous tale of Perrault, lives here an original revision that gives the whole weight of the function to Maleficent, a young fairy to whom circumstances hardened the heart until turning it into stone. The one in charge to give life to this dark personage is one more than convincing Angelina Jolie.