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What to see today on TV? Monday, December 13, 2021

11.00 / Movistar Classics

'Tokyo Stories'

Tôkyô monogatari. Japan, 1953 (130 minutes). Director: Yasujiro Ozu. Performers: Chishû Ryû, Chieko Higashiyama.

In his creative maturity, the indispensable Ozu weaves together a story about the disintegration of traditional Japan embodied in the intergenerational abyss. The depth of his staging, always with long shots and with his camera fixed at ground level, catches the elusive passage of time to turn it into a fragment of life.

12.00 / Movistar Champions League

Draw for the knockout stages of the Champions League

The Champions League draw for their round of 16 is held in Nyon. Real Madrid, Atlético and Villarreal will be the only Spanish teams that will be present in the hype after the eliminations of Barcelona and Seville. The draw marks that teams from the same country or teams that have coincided in the same group cannot face each other. The first leg matches of the round of 16 crosses will be played on February 15, 16, 22 and 23 and the return matches will take place on March 8, 9, 15 and 16.

15.00 / Movistar Drama

'Far from the sky'

Far from Heaven.EE UU, 2002 (107 minutos). Director: Todd Haynes. Intérpretes: Julianne Moore, Dennis Haysbert, Dennis Quaid.

Many filmmakers insist on pursuing modernity, and since they are not Godard, most fail. Todd Haynes, by contrast, uses the classic melodrama format to capture the essence of radically modern cinema. Far From Heaven rediscover the visual modes of the 1950s Douglas Sirk to capture his spirit in the new millennium. Haynes draws with as much emotion as delicacy the relationship between a wealthy woman and a black gardener, which scandalizes a petty, racist and homophobic society.

15.00 / Movistar Classics

'The wind and the Lion'

The Wind and the Lion. EE UU, 1975 (120 minutos). Director: John Milius. Intérpretes: Sean Connery, Candice Bergen, Brian Keith.

In 1975, John Milius was still an interesting author. I had not yet filmed horrors like Big Wednesday and Red Dawn. And it delivered a remarkable adventure film, full of emotion, centered on the kidnapping of an American woman by an Arab sheikh captivated by her beauty.

18.30 / TCM

'Twelve merciless men'

12 Angry Men.EE UU, 1957 (96 minutos). Director: Sidney Lumet. Int.: Henry Fonda, Lee J. Cobb, Ed Begley, Jack Warden, Martin Balsam.

A jury must acquit or sentence an accused person to death, and must do so unanimously. Thus begins a film that still offers film lessons with sixty years of life and that also delivers a virulent criticism of lack of solidarity, prejudice and the death penalty. Sidney Lumet creates with his camera a continuous asphyxiation, between tense gestures and intimate anguish that trap ambiguous characters and, therefore, closer, led by a sublime Henry Fonda.

21.30 / DMAX

A new season of 'Way to go'

Paintbrushes and charcoal on palette alexat25 (Getty Images / iStockphoto)

How are objects of all kinds made from all corners of the planet? After 24 seasons showing the process of construction and manufacture of musical instruments, clothing, accessories, construction tools, vehicle parts or cosmetic products, tonight a new season of arrives at DMAX This is how it is done. The first two installments, which are broadcast today, will discover how items as diverse as skateboard wheels are made, the fabric known as felt nuno and industrial shredders.

21.45 / Antenna 3

'El hormiguero' receives Alejandro Sanz

Pablo Motos begins the week at El hormiguero with the presence of a Spanish music star. Alejandro Sanz, a good friend of the program, comes to present his new album, entitled Sanz, available for sale from 10th of December. A work composed of a dozen new songs that he has been composing during the last eighteen months.

22.00 / La 2


Little Women. EE UU, 1949 (116 minutos). Director: Mervyn LeRoy. Intérpretes: June Allyson, Elizabeth Taylor, Peter Lawford, Janet Leigh, Margaret O’Brien, Mary Astor.

Louise May Alcott's popular novel has seen many adaptations, some lucky and others less so. In this case, passed through the Metro filter, it becomes a film that retains the charm of a look visual already disappeared and takes advantage of the effectiveness of its acting cast. It exudes cornyness in some sequence, but it is a solid portrait of the hard road between adolescence and maturity.

22.45 / Antenna 3

A new appointment with the series 'Innocents'

The characters of the Turkish series Innocents face new conflicts in the episode that airs tonight. A chapter that tells how Inci assumes that the problem she faces after her encounter with Han is too serious and complex to tell anyone. İnci is in a mess after meeting Han.

22.55 / History

The most important figures of the last century

The documentary series Titans of the 20th Century rescues the biography of the most significant figures of the last century, from the last shot from World War I until the victory of Mao Zedong. Over six episodes, the series draws close to Roosevelt, Churchill, Hitler, and Stalin. The Empire that they built, supported by personalities such as Mussolini, Franco, Gandhi and Mao Zedong, was set for a few years of power, upheaval and uncertainty.

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