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What to watch on TV today? Thursday 23 March 2023

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14.35/Movistar Cinema Ñ

‘Cyclist’s death’

Spain, 1955 (90 min.). Director: Juan Antonio Bardem. Cast: Alberto Clauses, Lucia Bose.

death of a cyclist It is one of the capital films in the history of Spanish cinema. Even more: If seen today, it is an example of modernity. And not only because Juan Antonio Bardem develops his story with exemplary dramatic intensity and staging of unusual formal depth, charging each frame with expressiveness, but also because it is still an ossified society in its own right. Disturbs the archetype of the picture which it perpetuates, the pride, its provincial spirit, its meanness and its double standards.

17.30 / be mad

‘The Bridge on the River Kwai’

United Kingdom, 1957 (154 min.). Director: David Lean. Cast: Alec Guinness, William Holden, Jack Hawkins.

While the debate about the union of quality and professionalism is still open, potential solutions have not come from Spielberg. They were launched almost 60 years ago by David Lean in works such as Bridge on the River Kwai. a turbulent war drama, in which he uses an epic tale that brings together English and American soldiers in a Japanese concentration camp, forced to build a bridge; As they do so, they plan how to destroy it. Lean hones his storytelling to turn this blockbuster into an intimate and priceless narrative.

17.35/Movistar Drama

‘a true story’

Straight story. USA, 1999 (107 min.). Director: David Lynch. Cast: Richard Farnsworth, Sissy Spacek, Harry Dean Stanton.

There were those who believed that the great David Lynch had turned the register in this fable, as simple as it was moving. He just changed the packaging. His luminous images follow in the footsteps of an old man who travels 500 kilometers on a lawnmower to visit his dying brother. Lynch has elaborated a poignant tale with minimalist elements that, like almost all of his work, dwells in the dark realms of man, in his search for his identity, as a result of a bunch of coincidental events.

18.05 / we are


Cuba-Spain, 1994 (102 min.). Director: Tomas Gutierrez Elia. Cast: Jorge Perugoria, Mirta Ibarra, Carlos Cruz.

A social satire wrapped in a romantic comedy. Or a love story that goes side by side with a political picture. guantanamera Unite the two intentions. It’s a film as funny as it is momentous in which a truck and a funeral procession share a journey and adventures thanks to a frugal state plan to move the dead.

18.35 / Movistar Classics

‘top hat’

top hat. USA, 1935 (98 min.). Director: Mark Sandrich. Cast: Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Edward Everett Norton.

An undeniable classic of American musical comedy of the thirties and an indispensable reference in the careers of Astaire and Rogers. top hat It is the best of five films performed by the couple and directed by Mark Sandrich for RKO. With minimal logistical pretext, the story’s series of irreverent musical numbers arise from the genius of Irving Berlin and the choreography of Astaire himself. A delight for even the most genre-averse viewers.

19.45 / The 2

Antonio Regin, in ‘Attention Works’

Cayetana Guillen Cuervo interviews actor Antonio Regines, who has returned to cinema and television after overcoming COVID and putting behind him the most difficult time in his life. Spain’s Academy of Performing Arts will honor her with the extraordinary Talia Vuelta a la Vida award on March 27. In addition, the program will focus on one of the most outstanding productions from previous seasons, bad life, Will review the latest album by brothers Ivan and Amaro Ferrero and focus on the most recent album released by the famous British band Depeche Mode.

22.00 / The 2

study of importance of rivers

this delivery of flux capacitor You will come to know how the history of mankind is closely linked with rivers. This program will show its use as a border by the Roman Empire, it will examine the terrain of the Lake of Monsters, explain what the carved rocks known as the “Hunger Stones” are and all about Santa Teresa. Will travel to Murcia to tell something. flood.

22.00 / channel 24 hours

special program on censure motion

Tonight, Canal 24 Horas launched a new image and renewed its graphics and sets. It does so with a special program on the motion of no confidence. With Xabier Fortes in charge, it will start at 10:00 pm on La 1, Canal 24 Horas and RTVE Play (from 10:55 pm it will air exclusively on Canal 24 Horas) and will feature Esther Palomera, Chema Crespo, Jose will be attending. María Brunet, Javier García Villa, May Marino and Pablo Simón to analyze the debate and subsequent vote.

22.00 / Hollywood

‘Murder 1, 2, 3’

Murder by numbers. USA, 2002 (120 min.). Director: Barbet Schröder. Cast: Sandra Bullock, Ben Chaplin.

Barbet Schroeder twists the thriller’s code in this intriguing, renamed pathetic Spanish title that delves into the wickedness of two young people who seem to have fallen out Rope, From Hitchcock: In order to achieve the perfect crime, a randomly chosen victim is murdered. Thus arises a fierce conflict between the two subjects and the agent probing the case.


In ‘The Hunt’ a body is seen in the river. Guadiana’

second episode of Hunt. guadiana Full of new conspiracies. While tensions rise between Sarah and Victor and interfere with their investigative work, the GEAS team locates the missing girl’s mobile phone. The device’s memory will reveal more than one lie. The device’s memory will reveal more than one lie. Soon, the agents are faced with a terrifying discovery when a corpse is spotted at the bottom of the river.



USA, 2010 (103 min). Director: Sylvester Stallone. Cast: Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Mickey Rourke, Jet Li.

Nothing, bring on Stallone, Statham, Jet Li and Dolph Lundgren! and to briefly introduce Schwarzenegger and Bruce Willis. mercenaries, A film that should be taken as a huge joke, it tries to pay homage to the action films of the eighties (not worthy of congratulations). Here are all its stars, some preserved in formaldehyde, others revived by Botox, along with a camera with San Vito dancing. Even if it’s only because of its audacity, it can be fun.

22.45 / Antenna 3

Final installment of ‘The penultimate and I’m leaving’

The documentary series La penultima y me voy reaches its final installment, in which soccer player Joaquín reflects on more moments of his daily life and his way of living “with art”. In this eighth installment, among other funny moments, his wife, Susana, tells how passersby in Seville gasped when they saw her husband walking down the street in his heels.

23.45 / The 2

Time controls in TV Docs

From prehistory to the present, man has always wanted to know, measure and control time. This is the focus of the report time factory which analyzes the path that the Babylonians traced from the sundial, a simple stick stuck in the ground that cast a shadow along which they traced sundials and observed the solstices and equinoxes, to the present atomic clock that makes official time universal Is.

23.50 / TCM

‘Umberto D’

Italy, 1952 (90 min.). Director: Vittorio De Sica. Starring: Carlo Battisti, Maria-Pia Castillo, Lia Gennari.

The years when Vittorio De Sica was filmed Umberto D. An entire generation of Italians was still struggling to heal from the wounds of their war. And perhaps the most soulful tribute to the iconic film ever unleashed from a single screen. Afterwards bike thief And Miracle in Milan De Sica delivered his latest work fully drawn in the neorealist movement, which also became his last collaboration with screenwriter Cesare Zavattini. transparent images of Umberto D. They harass a retired civil servant; Unable to meet the rent, he wanders the Roman streets selling his goods. In this age of arrogant, frantic, distracted cinema, like a movie Umberto D. Shot in natural settings and with the support of non-professional actors, it equals an oasis of calm and emotion.

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