21.05 / The 2
'Page 2' interview with Julia Navarro
In the delivery of this week's literary space Page 2, the writer Julia Navarro talks with Óscar López about her new novel, You will not kill. Among its other contents, the program will review the list of best-selling books in October, will invite Emmanuel Carrère to answer his literary questionnaire and will offer a report on the reading promotion initiatives of the association More Than Words.
21.45 / Antenna 3
Rami Malek goes to 'El hormiguero'
Tomorrow, Wednesday, the movie premieres in Spain Bohemian Rapsody, that delves into the history of the British group Queen. Actor Rami Malek has taken on the difficult task of playing the legendary Freddie Mercury, and tonight he visits the set of The anthill to talk about his work in the film, as well as his already extensive career, which highlights the series Mr. Robot, that he made known internationally.
22.00 / Movistar Drama
Death among the flowers
Miller's Crossing. USA, 1990 (110 minutes). Director: Joel Coen. Performers: Gabriel Byrne, Albert Finney, John Turturro.
The first film of the Coen brothers in the nineties dynamited the gangster genre and borrowed mythical story patterns Red harvest, by Dashiell Hammett. Death among the flowers is a virtuous and passionate work that plays two decks and subverts as much as it pays homage to the codes of black cinema. Among its main weapons is an immaculate script that abounds in sharp dialogues and forceful sentences, and an unbridled mise-en-scène, born from a camera that explores all the framings and possible movements to explode the betrayals in which two mafia gangs are involved. .
22.00 / TCM
USA, 2012 (130 minutes). Director: Jeff Nichols. Performers: Matthew McConaughey, Tye Sheridan, Jacob Lofland, Reese Witherspoon, Sam Shepard.
Several narrative lines go through the emotional plot of Mud, a film that oscillates during all its length between the criminal intrigue, the initiatory story and the social denunciation. Their starting point is simple: on an island in the Mississippi, two children discover a man who is being chased by a bounty hunter. From his hand, Mud it develops, with surprising veracity and supported by an intentional visual simplicity, a portrait of the loss of innocence that emerges in images that fill each frame with sensitivity.
22.45 / La 1
USA, 1998 (126 minutes). Director: Stuart Baird. Performers: Tommy Lee Jones, Wesley Snipes, Robert Downey Jr.
In the American commercial cinema the material of demolition so abounds that a film that, at least, approaches concepts like script and staging is inevitably sympathetic. The great Tommy Lee Jones plays again the policeman Samuel Gerard, a character for whom he had already been awarded an Oscar, five years earlier, in The fugitive. On this occasion, he will have to capture a former agent of the diplomatic security corps.
22.45 / Four
'In the spotlight' analyzes the world of fraudulent therapies
A study from the University of Alicante ensures that 22,000 patients die every year in Spain for abandoning official treatments and undergo fraudulent therapies. Space In the spotlight He turns to this dramatic issue and will even inquire into particular cases. Next, the program will offer a report focused on the poor state of some public housing.