21.30 / The 1
A look at the abuse of plastic
The space Weekly report open its contents with the report Drowned in plastic, A look at a problem that affects the entire planet and floods the seas and oceans. In addition, it issues Welcome to robotics, that investigates the advances in this field, and A theater for the Soho of Malaga, that looks out to Antonio Banderas project for his hometown.
22.00 / Movistar Drama
The social network
The Social Network USA, 2010 (130 minutes). Director: David Fincher. Interpreters: Jesse Eisenberg, Joseph Mazzello, Andrew Garfield, Justin Timberlake.
David Fincher surprised fans when he said his next film would relate the creation of Facebook. Perhaps the best compliment to your film is that it is exciting even for those who are not interested in social networks. A lot of the blame is on Aaron Sorkin, the creator of the legendary The west wing of the White House, which produces a millimeter script, relentless, full of dialogues that resemble a machine gun. At his side, Fincher's staging model not only enhances the story, but also permeates it with an overwhelming density that stems from the apparent formal simplicity. The social network also transcends the burden of a leading character that flaunts arrogance and arribismo and denies any affective relationship with the viewer. A masterpiece.
22.00 / DMAX
The mystery of the ice mummy
The documentary series Dismantling history explores a spectacular archaeological discovery, that of Otzi, the ice mummy, perfectly preserved and frozen in the Alps for 5,000 years. Investigators have discovered that he lived and died before the pyramids of Egypt and Stonehenge were built. In addition, he lived in a time of great changes and tumults.
23.10 / Cinema Ñ
Spain-France, 1980 (97 minutes). Director: Carlos Saura. Interpreters: José Antonio Valdelomar, Berta Socuéllamos, José María Hervás.
Twenty years after his first film, The gulfs, Carlos Saura looked again at a group of young suburbs. The jury of the Berlin Festival, which granted the Golden Bear to Deprisa, quickly, knew how to see with certainty the throw of Saura in his sharp and bitter portrait of characters destined to helplessness, marked by drugs and drowned in social asphyxiation. The filmmaker catches with truthfulness a piece of lives that could well be those of so many others
23.45 / The 2
‘The theme night’ and the Berlin Wall
Two socumentals serve the theme night to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Bernauer Strasse, a divided street, the iconic Bernauer street is entered, whose sidewalk and driveway, after the construction of the Wall, remained in the French sector, while the buildings remained in the Soviet sector. Then Letters without signature remember the BBC radio show in which during the Cold War the letters sent from East Germany were read. An escape route for those who suffered repression.
0.55 / Paramount Channel
USA, 1992 (100 minutes). Director: Quentin Tarantino. Interpreters: Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen.
It was the year 1992, and the cinema screens were pulverized by a debutant who happened to become, with only one film, a reference of the cinema of the decade. In his later films, Tarantino would soon reach the height of this hallucinated story. Reservoir dogs launches a tense and aggressive plot that seems created by a saltimbanqui and crisscrosses several characters, united to storm a bank in a robbery that the spectator will never see; It will only attend its consequences.
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