7.00 / Die 1 and Eurosport
New day of DD OO
After the spectacular opening of the Olympic Games in Tokyo, the sport takes center stage with an exciting journey that will begin (7:00 am) with the men’s road race, with Alejando Valverde as one of the favourites. Then (October 9), Spain’s men’s handball players will meet the increasingly tough Aryan team in their inaugural competition. The third appointment with gachupin sports will be with women’s water polo, with the match between South Africa and Spain.
8.00 / Dmax
Today is the day of the alien
Last month, US aerial sensors recorded several incidents of “unidentified aerial phenomena”, the new term the US government is using to refer to UFOs. However, most remain unexplained due to limitations in evidence and data synthesis capabilities. This Saturday, the UFO theme conquers the programming of DMAX, which has prepared another trip dedicated to this theme for another summer. The channel celebrates a new publication of Alien Day, which for the third consecutive year will present a thematic programming proposal in a variety of formats related to extraterrestrials, paranormal events, myths and legends, and even theories that point to the extraterrestrial origin of certain religious beliefs. .
15.00 / Movistar CinéÑ
Spain, 1999 (87 minutes). Director: Mariano Barroso. Performers: Javier Bardem, José Sancho, Alberto San Juan.
As in his behind-the-scenes debut with My Soul Brother, director Mariano Barroso once again explores the souls of characters ravaged by despair and loneliness. On this occasion, with the theme of journalist Juan Cavestany, it focuses on two friends and associates who plan to steal 20 million pesetas from their former superior. From now on, Madrid’s darkness has many surprises in store for the three. Best of all is undoubtedly the phenomenal cast of actors, led by Javier Bardem.
15.00 / The life of the fox
Australia-USA, 2008 (165 minutes). Directed by Baz Luhrman. Starring: Nicole Kidman, Hugh Jackman, Bryan Brown, Tony Barry.
After the success of the musical Moulin Rouge, Baz Luhrmann completely changed register. Now he wants to show the ways of a classic filmmaker and presents an epic and romantic adventure that vindicates Australian Aboriginal civilization and chronicles the hard times the mestizos went through after the arrival of colonizers who devastated the restricted population and caused real social problems. problems. . issues dramas Ambitious story that increases its quality thanks to the good work of its main partner, especially Nicole Kidman.
15.45 / Neox
boars. United States, 2007 (100 minutes). Director: Walter Becker. With: Tim Allen, John Travolta, Martin Lawrence.
With a cast full of familiar faces and a dose of humor, this comedy arrives where a group of middle-aged friends decide to break away from routine and go for a mischievous motorcycle ride. The problems, of course, do not wait. Wasted though entertaining.
18.09 / Movistar CineÑ
Spain, 2007 (92 minutes). Director: Tom Fernandez. With: Javier Cámara, Gonzalo de Castro, César Vea.
Director Tom Fernández made his feature film debut with this moving, slightly tearful, bittersweet comedy about an emigrant (the role of the ever-effective Javier Cámara) who returns to his native Asturias and reunites with his friends. A tribute to the friendship that has spread to three well-deserved Goya nominations.
8:15 p.m. / Movistar evening
France, 2011 (100 minutes). Directed by Michel Hazanavicius. With: Jean Dujardin, Berenice Bejo, John Goodman.
After several years of trying to get this thesis out (a silent black and white film), Michel Hazanavicikus has finally seen his efforts rewarded. The result, a beautiful tribute to classic cinema, awarded with five Oscars that endorsed its undeniable quality in a direction full of passion and some protagonists in a state of affability (dog included).
8:57 p.m. / Sundance TV
United States, 2006 (96 minutes). Director: Woody Allen. With: Scarlett Johansson, Woody Allen, Hugh Jackman.
After the brilliant Matchpoint, Woody Allen returns to his various cinematic universes to bring to life an atypical magician who investigates a crime with a student to tempt his followers with this hilarious comedy. In addition to New York talent, there are still actors like Scarlett Johansson, Hugh Jackman and Ian McShane. Although many see her as not very secondary in the filmography of New York talent, she is a staple of any good cinema.
21.00 / The sixth
“The Sixth Darkness” with Mónica García
LaSexta Tenebrosidad welcomes this Saturday Mónica García, spokesperson for Más Madrid, and former minister Miguel Sebastián. On the other hand, software experts will analyze the measures and restrictions to fight against the wave of the pandemic. Boticaria García, meanwhile, will give the best advice for a summer without burns or stitches, they will try to solve the problem of the price of electricity with professors Gonzalo Bernardos and Juan Ramón Rallo; and Luis Quevedo will give us the keys to be absolutely sure with the new tests in pharmacies.
21.09 / fox
France, 2014 (90 minutes). Directed by Luc Besson. With: Scarlett Johansson, Morgan Freeman, Choi Min-sik.
As in Nikita, director and storyteller Luc Besson returns to star in a fast-paced story starring a woman, in this case the efficient Scarlett Johansson. The actress takes on the role of a girl who acts as a mule for drug dealers and gains special abilities after breaking one of the bags of drugs she was carrying. Although there is little rattling in the last part, the first 40 minutes are devastating.
9:30 p.m. / Movistar CinéÑ
“And Your Root Again”
Mexico-United States, 2001 (101 minutes). Directed by Alfonso Cuarón. With: Maribel Verdú, Gael García Bernal, Diego Espejo.
Alfonso Cuarón returns to his country of origin to film an emotional hallucination with a realistic tone that draws part of its charm from the work of its three main actors. Faced with the cost of life changing, this trio wander aimlessly along the shore on a life-changing adventure where innocence, sexuality and friendship collide in an unexpected conflict. Best Subject Award at the Venice Film Festival.
9:30 p.m. / 1
Vaccinations in the ‘Weekly Chronicle’
The fraction of the Spanish population is already vaccinated. The campaign, which began with storage problems seven months ago, has accelerated to nearly half a million daily vaccinations. In this episode, the prostitution weekly reports on the mass vaccination campaigns in Spain, which have been strongly affected by the wave of the coronavirus pandemic. The software analyzes the results of these campaigns so far and the status of new product research. Experts agree that the whole diet is “extremely effective” and “stops serious diseases” in more than 90% of cases. And then he will analyze the marijuana situation in the United States.
22.00 / Telecine
Irene Rosales, guest of “See You Again”
In this episode of Seeing You Again, Irene Rosales receives a surprise from someone very dear to her: her sister Mari Tere. The other guests of See You Again are a girl who wants to find her two biological brothers, whose names she only knows; a woman willing to end the confrontation with her sister-in-law in order to restore the different relationship with her mother-in-law; a root that feels she has let her children down, whom she wants to ask for forgiveness to regain her appreciation; and a girl who makes an emotional confession to her partner, assuring her that she’s ready to have a baby.
22.03 / 0#
gringo sniper USA, 2014 (132 minutes). Director: Clint Eastwood. Starring: Bradley Cooper, Sienna Miller, Luke Grimes.
Without overlapping the quality of Gran Torino, Eastwood pours all his cinematic knowledge into this precise film, which focuses on the person of Chris Kyle, a Texan who broke the record for deaths as a sniper in the American army. Good work from Bradley Cooper, but the set shows little.
23.35 / 1
United States, 2008 (88 minutes). Director: Peterberg. Starring: Will Smith, Charlize Theron, Jason Bateman.
Directed by acclaimed director and screenwriter Michael Mann (Heat) and directed by Peter Berg (The Lone Survivor), it’s a mix of battle and comedy in which blockbuster Will Smith takes on the role of an alcoholic superhero and smart to use. . Everything changes when one day he saves the life of an idealistic public relations man who decides to reimburse him by cleaning up his tarnished image. A good demonstration which gradually loses its force, practical for a subject which is not quite simple. Entertainment is of course on the agenda.
23.45 / The 2nd
“Thematic Darkness” returns to Tiananmen Square
To commemorate the 30th anniversary of Tiananmen, the thematic gloom, titled Tiananmen: Seven Weeks That Changed the World, will uncover the political intrigue of the student protest that ended in carnage. On June 4, 1989, the annihilation of Tiananmen Square was extended, a bloody crackdown by Chinese authorities on the pro-democracy student movement in which thousands died. Thanks to eyewitness accounts and the unprecedented leak of thousands of internal party documents known as the Tiananmen Papers, the truth of the stupendous crackdown can be understood. Today, minimum in the square remembers the facts and Beijing continues to hide the facts. It contains the reports The people against the party and The party against the people.
1.29 / Hollywood
“Moneyball: breaking the rules”
monises hoax United States, 2011 (130 minutes). Directed by Bennett Miller. Starring: Brad Pitt, Jonah Hill, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Chris Pratt.
With a powerful theme from Steven Zaillian and Aaron Sorkin, a serene cast – great work by Brad Pitt – and the world of baseball as a backdrop, this detailed drama is presented as Bennett Miller talks about human relationships, failures and triumphs. . . It deserves a review.
1.58 / CMA
United States, 2005 (109 minutes). Directed by Bennett Miller. With: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Catherine Keener.
Exceptional biographical drama centered on part of the life of the famous writer Truman Capote, notably from 1959, the year in which he read in a newspaper the prodigious murder of four members of a tribe of Kansas, until the day in 1965, when the responsible . . A thriller for which the main actor, an impressive Philip Seymour Hoffman, won an Oscar.
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