19.20 / Sundance
USA, 1991 (178 minutes). Director: Oliver Stone. Performers: Kevin Costner, Sissy Spaceck, Tommy Lee Jones, Donald Sutherland, Gary Oldman.
JFK remains one of the most important films of American cinema of the nineties. Also as the pinnacle of Oliver Stone's style, A perfect fusion of his visual modes with the dramatic depth he sought in his scripts from Platoon, her first success. JFK he accepts a debt with the narrative spirit of the great classics while combining aesthetic textures, with evident rupturist zeal, to create an overwhelming amalgam of images that rewrite the enigma of Kennedy's assassination. Stone is supported, in addition, in a bulky and exceptional cast of interpreters, led by a magnetic Kevin Costner.
20.10 / 13TH Street
Spain, 2014 (135 minutes). Director: Daniel Monzón. Performers: Luis Tosar, Jesús Castro, Eduard Fernández, Jesús Carroza, Bárbara Lennie.
Daniel Monzón showed his narrative expertise in this blockbuster, shot five years after the success of Cell 211. A thriller of brilliant visual invoice, with soul of blockbuster, focused on two young aspiring smugglers who want to operate in the Strait of Gibraltar and the anti-narcotics agents who track them. The action sequences are shot masterfully, which hides certain elements somewhat conventional in the development of the script.
21.30 / The 1
The danger of asbestos in Spain
The report The hidden enemy, that emits Weekly report, investigates the danger of asbestos, hidden in buildings and infrastructures of Spain, despite having been banned in 2002. The program will also offer Brexit, countdown, and travel to Dover, a British port that is vital for traffic and trade with the EU, in a few days crucial for agreements on the Brexit Finally, The magnificent nine reviews the winners with the Princess of Asturias Award.
22.00 / DMAX
Science and history go hand in hand
The Serie Big History, from which DMAX issues its second installment today, it explores a combination of scientific and historical aspects to inspect some aspects of the evolution of societies. Among other issues, this episode will expose how biology and human emotions influence the construction of large structures created by man, such as pyramids or skyscrapers.
22.15 / Four
Cloverfield Street 10
10 Cloverfield Lane. USA, 2016 (103 minutes). Director: Dan Trachtenberg. Performers: Mary Elizaberth Winstead, John Goodman, John Gallager Jr.
After having suffered a car accident, a young woman wakes up in a room built underground with a man who claims to have saved her from the end of the world. This is the disturbing starting point of a work that works as a horror film and also as an allegory of the paranoia of a fearful and alienated society. From the same credits, the film plays brilliantly with the image and sound, offers an exemplary use of ellipses and extracts anguish and uneasiness from each image, from each frame.