What to see on TV today? | Wednesday, January 30, 2019 | TV

14.40 / Sundance


What to see on TV today? | Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Denmark, 2014 (98 minutes). Director: Mark Raso. Performers: Gethin Anthony, Frederikke Dahl Hansen, Olivia Grant.

From formal nudity and the assumption of expressive simplicity as a figure of style, Copenhagen tells almost a love story. Thanks to a script of impeccable dramatic construction, the debutant Mark Raso narrates the encounter between an unfriendly young man, somewhat disheveled and marked by old wounds, and a teenager who will force him to mature. Both give form to a tender and delicate film that traces, from a piece of life of two singular characters, an affectionate universal story.

21.30 / La 1 and GOL

King's Cup: Barcelona-Seville

What to see on TV today? | Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Barcelona and Sevilla play the second leg of their quarter-final crossing in the Cup, broadcast by La 1 and GOL. The azulgrana will look for the comeback in the Nou Camp after losing by 2-0 the duel of ida. Sevilla, punished for injuries this season, will not be able to count on Jesus Navas, while Valverde will have to decide if he has Messi in the starting lineup. The other game of the day, Betis-Espanyol, will be broadcast by beIN LaLIga at 7:30 p.m.

22.00 / La 2

My uncle

What to see on TV today? | Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Mon Oncle. France, 1958 (110 minutes). Director: Jacques Tati. Performers: Jacques Tati, Jean-Pierre Zola, Adrienne Servantie, Lucien Frégis.

Jacques Tati filmed six films throughout his career. It did not take more for his work to remain as a monument to the cinema. True to his method, in My uncle makes present the absurdity that lives hidden in everyday reality in dazzling sequences, such as the anthropomorphic building whose windows become eyes or the one that shows it in struggle with a kitchen with apparent life of its own. Tati's cinema seems simple, but the apparent simplicity is property of the geniuses. Geniuses like Tati, who knew how to draw social portraits as amazing as accurate and who always believed in gags silent and in the transparent images as a source of comedy.

22.30 / FDF

John Carter

What to see on TV today? | Wednesday, January 30, 2019

USA, 2012 (130 minutes). Director: Andrew Stanton. Performers: Taylor Kitsch, Lynn Collins, Mark Strong.

Confederate army officer John Carter will arrive none other than Mars thanks to magic. Created by Edgar Rice Burroughs (father also of the literary character of Tarzan), in 1912, the hero revives in the new century in an apotheosis of digital cinema, thanks to the director of Finding Nemo Y Wall · E, that gives the film a certain narrative effectiveness and a handful of efficient epic moments.

22.40 / Antenna 3

A defective stash, in 'Matadero'

What to see on TV today? | Wednesday, January 30, 2019

The episode tonight of the series Slaughterhouse tells how Teo and Pascual appear before Don Julio with the merchandise ordered; Soon you will discover that a good part of it is defective, which will provoke the wrath of your boss. On the other hand, Alfonso is hospitalized after suffering a collapse due to a visit from Vasco. Meanwhile, at the slaughterhouse, an employee finds Francisco's ring in the guts of a pig.


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