18.10 / Hollywood
Witness USA, 1984 (106 minutes). Dir .: Peter Weir. Interpreters: Harrison Ford, Kelly McGillis, Lukas Haas, Danny Glover.
The arrival of Peter Weir to American cinema did not seem easy. However, he knew how to succeed where so many others failed thanks to his brave commitment to not abandon his cinematic style, always sensory, leisurely, almost languid. After rolling the memorable The year we live dangerously he knew how to cast his personal gaze on a thriller that turns into the conflict between cultural identities, while developing a police intrigue within an Amish community.
20.30 / The 2
‘Page 2’ talk with Mariana Enriquez
The literary space directed and presented by Óscar López includes this week an interview with the Argentine writer Mariana Enriquez, who has just published her latest novel, a horror story entitled Our part of the night. In addition, the program will submit the Zaragoza illustrator Javirroyo to a literary questionnaire and will include a review of the editorial news in the section 90 seconds
21.45 / Antenna 3
‘The anthill’ receives Imanol Arias
Pablo Motos, accompanied by the ants Trancas and Barrancas, receives on the set of The anthill to Imanol Arias. The actor will talk about his already bulky career and focus on the theater tour of The colonel has no one to write to him, the version for the tables of the memorable novel by Gabriel García Márque, which will soon arrive at the Olimpia Theater in Valencia.
22.30 / DMAX
Nazi secret bases
DMAX premieres a new installment of the documentary series Nazi secret bases, which investigates secret tunnels, control towers, communications centers, underground emergency hospitals or artillery batteries projected in secret by the Nazis. This delivery moves to the Villa or Casa Winter, on the island of Fuerteventura, a place that has been surrounded by conjectures and legends for decades. Located in a strategic point and with a peculiar structure, it is said that it was used as a refuge for the Nazis to escape to South America.
22.40 / Antenna 3
The d Lost ’intrigue explodes in Bogotá
Two scenarios center the plot of this episode of the series Lost. In Bogotá, Inma and Angelita investigate the official who participated in the Soledad adoption process, but they will discover that the employee’s apartment has been the scene of a crime. Meanwhile, in Valencia, Eva tries to get ahead of the lethal Zarko, determined to eliminate those who inquire into the disappearance of Soledad.
22.40 / Telecinco
Personal and work problems, in ‘The Good Doctor’
Tonight’s episode of the series The Good Doctor, starring Freddie Highmore, abounds in some problematic clinical cases that occur in the hospital, such as that of a patient to be treated by Melendez, Reznick and Browne, who undergo an operation to inhibit their pedophile impulses. On the other hand, Shaun will face a personal conflict that will lead him to learn an important lesson about empathy.
23.00 / The 2
‘A country to listen to it’ travels through Extremadura
Ariel Rot arrives in Extremadura in front of the space A country to listen to, with Nacho Campillo, from Tam Tam Go, as a guide. His route begins in Mérida, where he will attend the emergence of the blues of Susan Santos and Gecko Turner in his Roman theater. In Olivenza, you will see the impact of “la raia” folklore with the Acetre group. Later, the nature and modern art of Los Barruecos will blend in with the author song of Pablo Guerrero and the young voice of Bambikina. Another intergenerational meeting will be starred by the children’s punk group Ramoninos and producer Paco Trinidad. Finally, the program will live a night of flamenco and blues in the Plaza Alta de Badajoz with La Kaita and Guadiana.
23.55 / The 2
‘Garbo’, the Spanish spy who saved Europe
TV Documents premieres the documentary Strength, centered on the figure of ‘Garbo’ is the most decisive double agent of World War II. Juan Pujol García saved thousands of lives in Normandy. Thanks to a deception operation that received the code name of ‘Fortress’. Barcelona’s Pujol García served as a double agent after gaining the trust of the secret services of Nazi Germany. Later, the British MI5 made him pass for dead and remained hidden for more than 40 years. This documentary covers the scenarios in which the personal experience of the spy was developed, from his native Barcelona to the Sierra del Frente del Ebro, where he was assigned in the Spanish Civil War. Also from the hotels and premises of Lisbon and Estoril where he became a spy, to the houses in London where he lived and did his work as a double agent, and even the Normandy beaches that ‘Garbo’ could only know 40 years after Day D.
0.05 / TCM
The eternal dream
The Big Sleep USA, 1946 (114 minutes). Director: Howard Hawks. Interpreters: Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, John Ridgely.
If Howard Hawks directs the adaptation of a novel by Raymond Chandler, supported by a script by Faulkner, Brackett and Furthman, and also brings together Bogart and Bacall two years after To have and not to have, The thing has a good chance of going well. The eternal dream It is a top of black cinema based in a narrative framework so complex that bad languages ensured that screenwriters and director disputed to decide who was the author of the initial crime. In this way, it is advisable to disregard the total understanding of the plot to apprehend a cataract of sensations that are born from a cinema that no longer exists.