15.00 / Movistar Drama
'The Age of Innocence'
The age of innocence. United States, 1993 (135 minutes). Director: Martin Scorsese. Interpreters: Daniel Day-Lewis, Michelle Pfeiffer, Winona Ryder.
The prolific Martin Scorsese signs this interesting adaptation of Edith Warton's novel in which you take a look at the high hierarchies of the New York society of 1870, a world that moves between gossip and betrayals. Good work of its luxurious cast and magnificent setting for a drama that, despite some concessions to the gallery, is well above the usual average.
15.40 / The Sixth
‘Lethal Weapon III’
Lethal weapon III United States, 1992 (118 minutes). Director: Richard Donner. Interpreters: Mel Gibson, Danny Glover, Joe Pesci, Rene Russo.
Again the Gibson-Glover police couple met in this third installment, with the same ingredients as the previous ones but with less quality, which seemed impossible given the mediocrity of the other lethal weapons This time they will face a corrupt policeman who deals with weapons. Nothing new for the end of a saga too long. Mel Gibson fans, if they have nothing better to do, can see it.
18.35 / TCM
'Apocalypse Now Redux'
United States, 1979/2001 (195 minutes). Director: Francis Ford Coppola. Interpreters: Marlon Brando, Robert Duvall, Martin Sheen, Dennis Hopper.
Two decades later, the filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola returns to his stark and chronic staff about the Vietnam War to make an impressive version with almost an hour longer. In this new montage, the filmmaker, who returns to work with Walter Murch, the editor of the original film, achieves the impossible: enrich a brilliant production with better defined characters and an exhaustive detail of his historical-political reading.
21.20 / The Sixth
Will there be an agreement ?, on ‘the Sixth Night’
Joan Baldoví and Pere Navarro will be the guests who will come today to the sixth night. The spokesman for Compromís and the General Director of Traffic will answer the questions raised by Hilario Pino about their respective areas. The program also analyzes the last hour of the pacts to govern the country and will try to answer the key question: is there a possibility of agreement before September?
21.30 / The 1
Mobility, in ‘Weekly Report’
This Saturday Weekly report analyze the situation of the so-called Personal Mobility Vehicles (VMP), such as scooters, bicycles or electric tables. The program will talk with users, companies, municipal officials and traffic experts about these new forms of transport. It will also address the current situation of residents in Sidi Ifni (Morocco) and the problem of macrogranjas.
22.00 / Movistar Releases
‘My lost love’
Spain, 2018 (103 minutes). Director: Emilio Martínez-Lázaro. Interpreters: Dani Rovira, Michelle Jenner, Antonio Dechent.
The blockbusters Dani Rovira and Michelle Jenner, clothed by an effective secondary group and the soundtrack of Roque Baños, give life to the leading couple of this surreal and black romantic comedy skillfully directed by Emilio Martínez Lázaro. A fun, but irregular story of love and heartbreak.
22.00 / The 1
‘Children play’ closes season
Alejo Sauras and Dafne Fernández are the guests of Child's play in the last show of the season. The interpreters will compete to see who understands the children best and will also have to demonstrate their culinary skills with an exceptional teacher: Maria, finalist of Junior MasterChef 5. Dafne and Alejo will face the tests of the definitions and in ‘And Now what’ they will have to intuit reactions of children in unpredictable situations. In addition, in the culinary test, they will face the preparation of a dish and Maria will be the one who scores who is better. In the decisive test of the contest conducted by Xavier Sburn, ‘Game of trolas’, the contestants will be challenged in a duel of true and false childhood experiences. The winner opts for the great final challenge of ‘Gallifantazo’.
23.55 / The 2
For centuries it has been thought that the adult brain could not change. But now we know that the brain is plastic, it is modifiable. There is then hope for people who suffer brain damage, thanks to the plasticity of the brain we know that they are not doomed to live with it. The theme night analyze these advances in the report 'The plasticity of the brain'. For example, schizophrenia is one of the pathologies benefited, those who suffer from this so misunderstood disease tell us the keys to their recovery to end the fear and ignorance of society.
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