What to watch on TV today? Wednesday June 2, 2021 | TV

9.00 / Netflix

Fifth season of ‘Kim’s convenience’

The members of a Korean-Canadian family, who have a store in Toronto, must interact with the customers, with each other and with the world around them. Canadian comedy Kim’s convenience this fifth season emphasizes small visions about a current circumstance with hundreds of different edges. It also does so within the connotation of how strange the culture that thrives within the ethnic heritage can be.

15.00 / Novistar Action

‘Hanna’

United States, 2011 (111 minutes). Director: Joe Wright. Performers: Saoirse Ronan, Eric Bana, Cate Blanchett, Álvaro Cervantes.

usto before shooting some chapters of the series Black Mirror, Joe Wright returns to the movies to direct this energetic intrigue centered on a young woman, Hanna, who has been trained in a remote part of Finland by her father, a former CIA agent, to become the perfect soldier. The one in charge of getting into this dense character is Saoirse Ronan. All under the enveloping soundtrack of The Chemical Brothers.

15.00 / Movistar Comedy

‘Almost famous’

Almost Famous. United States, 2000 (118 minutes). Director: Cameron Crowe. Performers: Patrick Fugit, Billy Crudup, Frances McDormand.

The director of movies like Jerry Maguire Y Vanilla sky, Cameron Crowe, signs this nostalgic film inspired by his own adolescence, when at the age of 16 he got his first job writing chronicles for the legendary Rolling Stone magazine. This job will give you the opportunity to be a direct witness to the true world that surrounds rock stars. Oscar for best adapted screenplay and excellent work by its young but outstanding cast.

18.58 / Movistar Action

‘The patriot’

The patriot. United States, 2000 (163 minutes). Director: Roland Emmerich. Performers: Mel Gibson, Heath Ledger, Joely Richardson.

Mel Gibson dons the uniform of the savior of the country, as in Braveheart, to spearhead the cast of this poor vision of American independence led by Roland Emmerich. On this occasion, he plays a war hero who, forced by events, trades his family life on the battlefields. Despite its lack of imagination, it cannot be denied that it contains some spectacular scenes.

20.33 / Sundance TV

‘The life of Pi’

Life of Pi. United States, 2012 (127 minutes). Director: Ang Lee. Performers: Suraj Sharma, Irrfan Khan, Rafe Spall.

With his leisurely way of understanding cinema, Ang Lee directs this curious fable based on the novel by Yann Martel and starring the newcomer Suraj Sharma. An Oscar winner (second Oscar for best director after that obtained by Brokeback Mountain. On fenced land for Ang Lee) adventure-filled spiritual drama featuring excellent special effects and immersive photography.

20.55 / Four

France and Wales meet in a friendly

From the Allianz Riviera in Nice, broadcast of the friendly match in preparation for the Eurocup that will face France and Wales. The French are going through a great dynamic, after getting fourteen victories in their last eighteen games, with only one defeat. In addition, Deschamps’ team has managed to keep a clean sheet in their two most recent games, both away from their stadium. The Gauls, with players in their ranks such as Kylian Mbappé, Paul Pogba, Antoine Griezmann, N’Golo Kanté and Karim Benzema, beat the British without conceding any goal in their last match played (2-0).

21.45 / Antenna 3

‘El hormiguero’ receives a visit from Malú

This Wednesday, return to the set of The anthill the singer Malú and does it to present her new musical release, the song Secret to you. The theme will be included in his next album that will be released before the end of this year. The launch also coincides with his next return to The voice as coach of the Antena 3 musical format.

22.00 / FOX

Third season of ‘New Amsterdam’

FOX premieres, with a double installment, the third season of New Amsterdam, the series starring Ryan Eggold (The Blacklist). In these new chapters, the nonconformist Max Goodwin and his team of doctors and nurses return at a time of the highest present. Max and his team’s dedication to rebuilding the disastrous healthcare system will be put to the test amid the extreme and harrowing hardships of a global pandemic. But these medical heroes don’t care about the obstacles in their path, they are driven by hope and a commitment to revolutionize healthcare and caring for patients one-on-one. Tonight, New Amsterdam Hospital is still recovering from the pandemic when a plane crashes into the East River. When investigators come to question the flight crew, Iggy battles the clock to help the pilot uncover the truth. Meanwhile, Max investigates drug shortages after one of his own contracted Covid-19.

22.00 / Telecinco

Rocío Carrasco takes stock

After the broadcast of the twelve episodes that make up the documentary series Rocío, tell the truth to stay alive, In which she has offered her detailed testimony accompanied by different tests around milestones that have marked her life in the last 25 years, Rocío Carrasco will be on the set of the program tonight to take stock of her story in a delivery of the program that she will lead Carlota Corredera. The program will once again feature musical performances by Gjon’s Tears and Barbara Pravi, who have put the soundtrack to the documentary series, and by Blas Cantó, who has participated in one of the previous installments of the program.

22.10 / The 1

Elena orders to kill Márquez

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Elena will send several of her men to Márquez’s house to kill him and steal the capsule in this new installment of the series starring Javier Gutiérrez and Alejo Sauras, I am alive. Link and Márquez manage to avoid it and decide to take her to a safer place. They hide her at the police station, not knowing that Elena has someone infiltrated inside who will tell her how to get her. Meanwhile, Laura is still interested in finding her mother. Maria will help him locate a former teacher at the reception center and manages to speak with her. The old woman seems to remember Laura and her brother, and assures her that her mother is still alive. Adri, meanwhile, receives a mysterious movie ticket. Mikel accompanies her and, when they inspect the room, suddenly someone from the Catwalk appears on the screen, whom everyone believed to be dead. Who will it be?

22.22 / Paramount Channel

‘American Psycho’

United States, 2000 (98 minutes). Director: Mary Harron. Cast: Christian Bale, Chloë Sevigny, Willem Dafoe, Jared Leto, Reese Witherspoon.

The controversial novel by Bret Easton Ellis was made into a film in this successful adaptation in which the impeccable work of Christian Bale stands out above all else. The Oscar-winning actor gives life to a man who tries to fit into the world in which he has lived, but the more he tries, the more anonymous he becomes and the less control he has over his insatiable thirst for blood, entering a limitless criminal maelstrom. Different.

22.30 / The Sixth

‘Glimmer Man’

United States, 1996 (87 minutes). Director: John Gray. Cast: Steven Seagal, Keenen Ivory Wayans, Bob Gunton.

The city of Los Angeles suffers the attacks of a macabre murderer. The police, tired of trying to discover the maniac, ask a well-known detective for help. A film with a lot of action and its corresponding doses of intrigue that separates itself from the rest of Steven Seagal’s mediocrities thanks to the good work of Keenen Ivory Wayans.

22.45 / Antenna 3

Unexpected alliance in ‘Woman’

This Wednesday, in the second weekly appointment with the Turkish series Woman, Bahar, who saw that the person he was looking for was Kismet, is shocked by the discovery. The protagonist will thus find out the unexpected alliance between her new boss, Cem, and Arif’s sister and will not hesitate to ask Kismet face to face. Cem’s presence in the equation could give Sirin another trump card to stop any possible rapprochement between Arif and Bahar. What is the young woman up to? While Raif and Ceyda return to share plans together, Fazilet will wait for Ceyda at home with the worst news: she is fired.

23.10 / The 1

‘Spaniards in the world’ explores the Faroe Islands

This week, Spanish in the world travel to the North Atlantic to discover an almost unexplored territory: the Faroe Islands archipelago. The space will travel, with the help of Saúl, Mark, Sergio and Pedro, this land of remote legends that speak of its Viking origin. In addition to visiting Tórshavn, one of the smallest capitals in the world, the traveling program will discover other lesser-known cities such as Toftir and Sandavagur, as well as rugged landscapes, fjords, cliffs and imposing waterfalls. The team starts the journey in Sandavágur with Saúl, a man from León who lives in the third most important town on the island of Vágar (“sandy bay”) with a population of 900 inhabitants.

0.10 / COSMO

‘Phenomenon’

United States, 1996 (123 minutes). Director: Jon Turteltaub. Performers: John Travolta, Kydra Sedwick, Forest Whitaker, Robert Duvall, Richard Kiley.

John Travolta, actor who thanks to his work in Pulp fiction He returned to Hollywood stardom, completely changing his record to give life to a simple man to whom life gives him the prodigious gift of giving him a gift that for 37 years had denied him: genius. A too incredible script in a film that, despite everything, achieved the approval of the North American public. It can be seen.

0.35 / The 2

The orphans of Ceausescu

An estimated 500,000 Romanians spent their childhood in an orphanage during the communist dictatorship. Nicolae Ceaucescu’s pro-natalist policy led many mothers to hand over their children to the state, because they did not have the means to care for them. The dictator built hundreds of orphanages across the country, centers where abuse, rape, hunger and shortages were the order of the day. This week, a team of On the front page He has traveled to Romania to see first-hand the horror that some orphans lived in orphanages during the Ceaucescu dictatorship. This work, titled The orphanage, provides the testimony of orphans (those of the past and those of the present), nurses, historians, social educators, heads of orphanages, government spokespersons and NGOs who have been working with children for decades.

0.50 / Four

The ‘Ladies of (h) AMPA’ are back

After Virginia’s harsh confession and with the names of the four members of the group in her possession, journalist Belinda Chamorro is determined to finally reveal the identity of the peculiar women and regain her coveted media throne in this episode of the series Ladies of (h) AMPA. However, he needs someone to support his hate speech towards the famous female vigilantes, especially now that the entire neighborhood seems to be on his side. For this reason, the presenter turns to Lorenzo Mayo, author of the novel ‘Recipe for an announced death’. Unfortunately for her, her plan is cut short with the unexpected return of the masked assassin, whom everyone considered dead.

2.18 / Movistar Comedy

‘The Hollywood game’

The player. United States, 1992 (119 minutes). Director: Robert Altman. Performers: Tim Robbins, Greta Scacchi, Fred Ward.

The mecca of cinema is tested in this dark comedy, directed by Robert Altman from a fabulous script that Michael Tolkin adapted from his own novel. Envy, resentment and luxury come together in this harsh and imaginative social criticism, which served to recover a director who had suffered the indifference of North American production companies. Excellent characters, especially the one played by Tim Robbins, very interesting staging and cameos from Hollywood stars complete this vibrant riot of humor.

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