What to watch on TV today? Sunday, November 15, 2020 | TV

13.20 / Cinema Ñ

Paddling in the wind

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Spain, 1987 (91 minutes). Director: Gonzalo Suárez. Int .: Hugh Grant, Lizzy McInnerny, Valentine Pelka.

Gonzalo Suárez recreates the birth of the literary myth of Frankenstein at the legendary evening at Villa Diodati by Mary Shelley, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Byron and Polidori, now two centuries ago. The filmmaker achieves a superb melodrama of both visual preciousness and narrative power.

15.05 / #Come on

Date with the eight best rackets

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The Nitto ATP Finals bring together the eight best tennis players in the world in two groups, in which they will play all against all until reaching the final that will be played on Sunday 22. The Tokyo group includes Novak Djokovic, Daniil Medvedev, Alexander Zverev and the Argentine Diego Schwartzman. The London group is made up of Rafael Nadal, Dominic Thiem, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Andrey Rublev.

15.50 / TCM

Have and have not

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To Have and Have Not. USA, 1944 (100 minutes). Director: Howard Hawks. Performers: Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Walter Brennan.

If he is not the best director in the history of American cinema, Howard Hawks is very close to being one. To verify this, just take a look at works as diverse as New moon, The beast of my girl, Eldorado, The eternal dream O To have and not to have. In French Martinique, Bogart and Bacall look at and love each other with the haste of those who do not know their future. Have and have not explores the bitterness and disenchantment of some antiheroes in spite of themselves who try to survive, at least, without betraying themselves. A story that rests on faultless pillars: an original novel by Ernest Hemingway and a screenplay by William Faulkner and Jules Furthmen. And the behind-the-scenes work of Howard Hawks.

16.15 / Neox

Ocean’s Eleven

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USA, 2001 (116 minutes). Director: Steven Soderbergh. Cast: George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts, Matt Damon.

Steven Soderbergh remakes an old Lewis Milestone film, The gang of eleven, supported by a large and excellent cast, to immerse himself in the robbery of a casino that accumulates enormous security measures. And it achieves, in addition to a solid and impressive film, with a devilish rhythm, a remarkable exercise in style.

22.00 / The 2

Pain and glory

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Spain, 2019 (108 minutes). Director: Pedro Almodóvar. Performers: Antonio Banderas, Asier Etxeandia, Penélope Cruz, Leonardo Sbaraglia, Julieta Serrano, Nora Navas.

Almodóvar travels to the past to relate the existence of a filmmaker in crisis who reviews who he was to understand who he has become. A painful work, filmed almost in the open, that extracts sensitivity from each sequence and culminates in one of the most furiously emotional outcomes in the author’s cinema.

22.00 / Movistar Drama

In the name of the Father

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In the Name of the Father. United Kingdom, 1994 (127 minutes). Director: Jim Sheridan. Performers: Daniel Day-Lewis, Pete Postlethwaite, Emma Thompson.

Irishman Jim Sheridan shocked fans with this heartbreaking film that travels to the Belfast of the 1970s to tell the terrible story of “the four from Guilford”, forced to confess under torture their participation in an attack in which they had not participated. In the name of the Father turns on its characters a tragic dissertation on the guilt complex and human relationships, in a painful and overwhelming story, magnified by a monumental Daniel Day-Lewis.

22.30 / The Sixth

‘The target’ looks at the emeritus king

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The scandals surrounding Juan Carlos I, 100 days after his departure from Spain, focus The objective At an analysis table with José Manuel García-Margallo, former Foreign Minister, Carmen Enríquez, writer, journalist and correspondent in the Royal House for 17 years, José María Olmo, investigative journalist from The confidential, and Ignacio Escolar, director of eldiario.es.

23.00 / DARK

Premiere of the Canadian horror series ‘Darknet’

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DARK premieres this anthological series composed of six episodes, each one directed by a different author. Each episode contains up to four individual stories that occasionally intersect with each other. One of the key concepts in the series is how technology and the Internet each