What’s on TV today? Wednesday, June 29, 2022

17.55 / classic Movistar

“The Fall of House Usher”

The fall of House Usher. USA, 1960 (85 mins). Directed by Roger Corman. With: Vincent Price, Mark Damon, Myma Fahey.

The first of Roger Corman’s Eight Forays into Edgar Allan Poe’s fiction was a mise-en-scène (surpassed only by the last The Masque of the Red Homicide), unusual for a filmmaker known for his speedy work. Although Corman uses a vibrant color palette that contrasts somewhat with Poe’s dark spirit, he captures the author’s world with pinpoint precision, comprehensively enhancing the unhealthy rudiments of each image.

22.00 / 2 hours

“The 2 is theater” joins Pride 2022

This Darkness, La 2 joins the Pride 2022 celebrations with the premiere of the packaging of the piece Yo soy el que soy, a musical performance based on the confessions of Spanish-Korean violinist Aaron Lee, who arrives in public captivity after attending the mood rose in the mood of the Teatro Infanta Isabel or the Teatro Kamikaze in Madrid. The play dealt with the life of Aaron Lee from Madrid, raised in a traditional and very religious Korean group, and how he was rejected and abused by his group for being sarasa.

10:00 p.m. / Drama Movistar

“The Later Emperor”

The Last Emperor. United Kingdom-France-Italy, 1987 (160 minutes). Director: Bernardo Bertolucci. With: John Lone, Joan Chen, Peter O’Toole.

The long-running commercial success of musician Bertolucci’s entire career is not only a risque style check, but remains an exemplary demonstration of his visual and storytelling artistry. Bertolucci delves into the positive story of Pu Yi, the future Chinese emperor, and offers a detailed approach to the social truth of the country throughout the character’s life, from his childhood in the Forbidden City of Beijing to the new times that are born. after the Cultural Revolution. .

22.30 / DMAX

The most unusual objects on the planet.

Ben Elliott with headdress on pedestalBen Elliott in hairstyling on MatBlink Films UK

The Strangest Things documentary aims to reveal the story behind some of the most unusual and strange objects on the planet that have made enemies in museums, laboratories and warehouses. From a piece of meteorite found in Tutankhamun’s tomb to the Lord’s Crown of Punishments. Is everything we know about the world of archeology true? This is the question that this production begins to answer.

22.40 / 1

“World Z Hostilities”

Hostilities World Z. USA, 2013 (115 minutes). Directed by Marc Foerster. With: Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos, Daniella Kertesz.

The bestselling World War Z combined oral histories and journalistic flair to document a zombie pandemic. Its film conditioning abandons these intentions of joining a traditional novel, with which Marc Foster strives to combine moments of great spectacle, such as the remarkable painting of the funeral crowd, with subtle and intimate sequences. Thus, the blockbuster is adorned with a lot of figures of speech.

22.45 / four

‘Fly I will’, in the Jussà del Pallar

El Pallars Jussà (Lleida) is a region of the Catalan Pyrenees steeped in history: it preserves the old traditions of the cattle market, and in the small town of Salàs de Pallars, eight commercial establishments remain as they were at the end of the 19th century and in the 70s. .of the 20th century.century. Volando voy is taking the opportunity to help restore what is believed to be the oldest cinema and theater advertising curtain in Spain.

22.45 / antenna 3

New chapter in the ‘ACI’ series

A new opus in the Franco-Belgian series ACI: Intellectual Capacity Entry lands on Antena 3. This one narrates the adventures of Morgane Alvaro, a 38-year-old police collaborator with three children from two different fathers and an exuberant behavior that can go back to schizophrenia Anyone. This episode tells how the charred body of a teenager is found in his parents’ troj. Morgane concludes that he was dealing with a crime related to the young girl who leads a double life.

23.00 / WE ARE

“The Havana Quartet”

Spain, 1999 (100 minutes). Directed by Fernando Colomo. With: Ernesto Alterio, Mirta Ibarra, Javier Camara.

Fernando Colomo returns to the land of mad entanglements in a likable and elegant comedy that follows in the footsteps of a musician as immature as a womanizer who travels to Cuba in search of his mother. The director takes advantage of his adventures to divulge a loving inspection to the Cuban people.

11:20 p.m. / Classic Movistar


USA, 1985 (135 minutes). Directed by Lawrence Kasdan. Starring: Kevin Kline, Scott Glenn, Kevin Costner, Danny Glover, Brian Dennehy.

Today it is a forgotten subject, but in the period of 1980, Hollywood had the polyhedron for dead the Western film. Lawrence Kasdan has chosen his resurrection with this bold tribute to class, as lively as it is enthusiastic. Kasdan brings together all the emblematic rudiments of Western cinema (except the Indian adventure) and allows the viewer to breathe again the great classic spaces and dive into the future of pioneers, saloons, gamblers, gunslingers and incorruptible sheriffs. .

23.50 / CMT

“The King of Comedy”

The king of comedy. USA, 1982 (104 minutes). Director: Martin Scorsese. Starring: Robert De Niro, Jerry Lewis.

After a climax as Raging Bull, Scorsese slid into comedy that is comedy in all its forms. A work that makes a cruel satire of human ambitions and paints a dark portrait of careerism and the desire for glory amid laughter that soon freezes. It’s all thanks to a singularly clumsy showman who kidnaps his television idol to achieve his moment of stardom. Robert de De Niro, theatrical and voluntarily uncontrollable, and Jerry Lewis, hieratic, propose an interpretative requirement.

0.10 / Hollywood

“Schindler’s Repertoire”

Schindler’s Directory. USA, 1993 (187 minutes). Directed by Steven Spielberg. Starring: Liam Neeson, Ben Kingsley, Ralph Fiennes.

In one of his most popular projects, Spielberg depicts the Holocaust and creates a masterpiece of singular dramatic depth. Janusz Kaminski’s empty and angry images help Spielberg cover each image with emotion and honor the pain of the victims.

1.00 / Sun Dance

“And your mother again”

Mexico, 2000 (101 minutes). Directed by Alfonso Cuaron. With: Gael García Bernal, Diego Vidriera, Maribel Verdú, Diana Bracho.

The Mexican Alfonso Cuarón surprises fans of the time with this lively, audacious and uninhibited film in which two Mexican teenagers undertake a difficult hallucination in the direction of the season, accompanied by a breathtaking woman with the features of Maribel Verdú. And your mom is always a solid and sincere drama, full of intense emotions, strong feelings.

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