‘Paris, Texas’, a Wim Wenders masterpiece in the eighties | TV

14.30 / TCM

Paris, Texas

USA, 1984 (144 minutes). Director: Wim Wenders. Performers: Harry Dean Stanton, Dean Stockwell, Nastassja Kinski.

In the eighties, Wim Wenders established himself as one of the main references of modern cinema. It is attested by films such as Paris, Texas, in which the director immersed himself in an existential and tragic road story. A story so close to the limit that it could only be resolved as a bitter, silent, subtle love story, in which the characters speak with their eyes, since they are orphaned of words, and in which Wenders expresses himself with grim images, as dry as the landscapes that surround the protagonists.

18.00 / Teledeporte

Duel in the Basketball league between Barcelona and Unicaja

The 22nd day of the Endesa Basketball League includes an interesting duel between Barcelona and Unicaja, broadcast by Teledeporte. The Catalans are fighting to retain the lead they gained last day, while the Malaga team tries to take flight in the competition after falling to ninth place in the table.

19.00 / National Geographic

An approach to the figure of Malala Yousafzai

National Geographic Channel estrena el documental He called me Malala Directed by Davis Guggenheim. It is an intimate portrait of the young Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai, who was seriously injured during an attack by the Taliban, suffered when Malala was returning home on the school bus in Pakistan. The documentary looks at the young woman’s life both before and after the attack.

20.30 / Canal + Partidazo

Valencia and Atlético meet in La Liga

The Mestalla stadium is the scene of the confrontation between Valencia and Atlético de Madrid, which is broadcast live by Canal + Partidazo at 20.30. The League match includes four other games, three of which will be offered by Canal + Liga: Betis-Granada at 12.00, Eibar-Barcelona at 16.00 and Sporting-Athletic de Bilbao from 18.15. For its part, Canal + Liga Multi will broadcast Real Sociedad-Levante (18.15).

21.30 / The Sixth

‘Saved’ looks at the prisoners of Francoism

Jordi Évole focuses his gaze on this installment of Salvados on the political prisoners of the Franco regime, who worked in conditions of slavery in many great works in Spain. Among others, Évole will talk with Luis Ortiz and Nicolás Sánchez-Albornoz, both forced laborers in the postwar period, who recall the extreme harshness of their working conditions, as well as the miserable living conditions of the prisoners.

22.10 / Antenna 3


United States, 2014 (140 minutes). Director: Neil Burger. Performers: Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Ashley Judd.

The first of Veronica Roth’s novels hits the screen. Although it is a blockbuster, his fuss does not drown a certain poetic breath born of the affection with which he portrays his characters, involved in a dystopian society in which five factions coexist: Truth, Abnegation, Audacity, Cordiality and Erudition.