15.45 / Four
'Everything is a lie', with Risto Mejide
Four premieres Everything is a lie, that will be broadcast live from Monday to Friday with Risto Mejide at the front. With the intention to make ironic about the fake news, the program will address different controversies, especially those arising in digital environments, in a 're-debate' table on which half truths and open lies will be planned. Mejide will have the help of Castelo, Miguel Lago, Marta Flich, Elsa Ruiz and Itziar Castro.
21.00 / The 2
The poet Eva Baltasar, in 'Page 2'
After a long journey in the field of poetry, Eva Baltasar has published Permafrost, his first novel, which tells the story of a woman with suicidal drives. Óscar López talks to the writer in this installment of Page 2, which will also include a report on essays related to death, will submit the French Katherine Pancol to her literary questionnaire and will stop at the poetry of Rosana Acquaroni.
22.00 / Hollywood
Planet of the Apes
The Planet of the Apes. USA, 1968 (107 m.). Dir .: Franklin J. Schaffner. Int .: Charlton Heston, Kim Hunter, Roddy McDowall.
How many young directors should see The Planet of the Apes before believing themselves to be filmmakers! With 40 years of life, he still supposes a hallucinated immersion in existential anguish and a devastating portrait of human bestiality. The crew of a spaceship that falls on an unknown planet take the viewer by the hand to an adventure as exciting as it is terrible, supported by dry, blunt, abrasive images. The final sequence of Planet of the Apes is one of the most shocking icons created by popular culture.
22.35 / FDF
X Men First generation
X-Men: First Class. USA, 2001 (132 minutes). Director: Matthew Vaughn. Performers: James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence.
The series of films dedicated to the X-Men, as it was known in Spain to the X-Men, has become, along with the Avengers franchise, the best film adaptation of Marvel comics. X Men First generation proposes a trip to the past, to the times in which Professor X and Magneto were not yet enemies (a timeline that would continue in the later ones Days of the future past Y Apocalypse). A powerful show that does not forget the drawing of its characters and the narrative seriousness.
23.15 / Cinema Ñ
Goya in Bordeaux
Spain, 1998 (90 minutps). Director: Carlos Saura. Interpreters: Francisco Rabal, José Coronado, Maribel Verdú, Eulalia Ramón, Dafne Fernández.
In the nineties, the cinema of Carlos Saura moved in different directions: the social commitment of Shoot! Y Cab, the musical inquiry of Sevillanas, Flamenco Y Tango, and also the human and artistic portrait of this film that explores the figure of an octogenarian Goya, exiled in France. Saura films a film of precious intentions, supported by a delicate collection of images illuminated by Vittorio Storaro. The memorable work of Francisco Rabal enhances each sequence.