What to watch today on TV? Tuesday, May 31, 2022 | TV | The USA Print

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14.45 / Eurosport

Nadal and Alcaraz seek the semifinals at Roland Garros

Carlos Alcaraz and Rafael Nadal are looking for a place in the semifinals at the Roland Garros tournament. Alcaraz plays his quarterfinal match against German Alexander Zverev around 2:45 p.m. The winner of this confrontation will face in the semifinals the winner of the duel between Nadal and Djokovic, who will meet again, not before 8:45 p.m., on the clay in Paris.

15.30 / AMC

‘Veracruz’

USA, 1953 (89 minutes). Director: Robert Aldrich. Cast: Gary Cooper, Burt Lancaster, Sara Montiel.

An essential western by Robert Aldrich that displays a powerful staging to follow the adventures of Gary Cooper and Burt Lancaster, two adventurers who hide different goals and ideals, in revolutionary Mexico. Both actors offer a first-rate interpretive duel in a bitter, demystifying film that offers multiple readings.

15.55 / Movistar Drama

‘Macbeth’

United Kingdom, 2015 (112 minutes). Director: Justin Kurzel. Cast: Michael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard, Paddy Considine.

Australian Justin Kurzel throws himself into Shakespeare’s drama with as much passion as emotion. The director knows how to firmly approach the strength of the original dialogues. His Macbeth is visceral, aggressive, with unusual physical nerve, wrapped in a staging in which the camera pays as much attention to scrutinizing the faces of the characters as it does to portraying their surroundings, with a constant dramatic presence of the landscape.

19.50 / The 2

‘Page 2′, with Alicia Giménez Bartlett

The literary space presented by Óscar López interviews the writer Alicia Giménez Bartlett this week, who will talk about her new novel, The president. The program will also talk with Esther García Llovet, will remember the 50th anniversary of an icon of Spanish literature, Pepe Carvalho, and will introduce nine brand new poets millennials.

21.30 / Cinema Ñ

‘Loneliness’

Spain, 2007 (100 minutes). Director: Jaime Rosales. Interpreters: José Luis Torrijo, Luis Villanueva, Miriam Correa.

Jaime Rosales’ second film shows that other cinemas are possible. And that can be seen protected even by the Goya awards: in its day, Loneliness beat films like the thirteen roses Y The orphanage. Rosales uses the resource of the split screen to link a story of daily lives, those of two women who fight against life and against their fears and desires. The transparent images of her, which make the fixed shot the main figure of her style and in which the spirit of Bresson’s works beats, are drenched in absolute truth.

22.00 / The 2

‘Bizarre routes’, on the Camino de Santiago

this week in bizarre routes, Touri has heard that the Camino de Santiago can be like a revelation and that many people discover their vocation doing it, so he decides to find his own. During the tour, he will consider working as a rancher, passing through the Monastery of Samos he will decide to be a monk and when he meets a luthier of medieval instruments he will want to dedicate himself to playing the hurdy-gurdy.

22.30 / DMAX

Inside the worst prisons in the world

What is the daily life of the most dangerous inmates? This is the question that the documentary series asks The worst prisons in the world. In this installment, he enters the most dangerous prisons in Brazil, a penitentiary center in which the officials fear the inmates. The eight blocks that surround the prison are armored with a six meter high fence and a one and a half meter thick wall. In addition, they are continuously subjected to extreme surveillance.

22.40 / The 1

‘D night’, dedicated to food

The fifth show of the season night d It will be dedicated to food, with Eva Soriano as master of ceremonies, who will share a table with Adriana Torrebejano and Miguel Ángel Muñoz. Later, from the hand of Flo, they will all learn a trick to speed up the always boring moment of clearing the table. For her part, Ana Morgade will join the invitation and will face Chenoa in a haute cuisine musical game.

22.45 / Antenna 3

More problems for the characters of ‘Innocents’

In tonight’s installment of the Turkish series innocent, Safiye will make a superhuman effort to suppress her mother’s voice. Meanwhile, Neriman disappears after the great secret that she has found out and, worried about her sister, Gülben asks Ege for help to find her. On the other hand, Bayram and Okşan’s wedding day arrives. As everyone goes to the ceremony, Safiye thinks that she is alone in the apartment, but there will be someone waiting for her in front of her door.

23.00 / AXN White

‘Escape from Alcatraz’

Escape from Alcatraz. USA, 1979 (107 minutes). Director: Don Siegel. Cast: Clint Eastwood, Patrick McGooghan, Robert Blossom.

Eight years after creating Dirty Harry, Don Siegel and Clint Eastwood met to demolish the myth of the impregnable Alcatraz. Eastwood lends his commanding presence to a prison tale that meticulously respects the codes of the genre. And Siegel flaunts narrative skill and unfolds a staging that appears sober, but in which each frame and each montage cut amplify the mythical resonance of the risky escape plan from the legendary prison.

23.55 / The 2

‘Documentos TV’ analyzes the world of cryptocurrencies

The report cryptoutopia, that premieres tonight tv docs, remember how in the crisis of 2008 the mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto published an article in which he explained that with the software Bitcoin open source everyone could make their own money without banks or governments. For the early users of this cryptocurrency, the goal was to have global peer-to-peer electronic money. Those who defended cryptocurrencies now use a new technology called blockchain or blockchain, whose potential could change the world. Skeptics, however, consider this technology a fraud and a cyber utopia with no guarantees and full of risks.

0.10 / Neox

‘The Hat Brigade’

Mulholland Falls. 1996 (107 minutes). Director: Lee Tamahori. Cast: Nick Nolte, Melanie Griffith, Chazz Palminteri.

A good film from the director of the overrated warriors of old, which tells a story of corruption and disappointment in the America of the fifties. The aesthetics of the work, of remarkable tone retro, maintains a function that forcefully draws its characters. The bulky cast of actors is another reason to enjoy.

0.45 / TCM

‘A perfect world’

A Perfect World. USA, 1993 (132 minutes). Director: Clint Eastwood. Cast: Kevin Costner, Clint Eastwood, TJ Lowther.

A sober and magnetic Kevin Costner is an escaped convict who, on the run, kidnaps a seven-year-old boy. The figure of him fills the screen of this incomparable film, perhaps the most bitter and afflicted film by Clint Eastwood, framed in his filmography between two masterpieces of the stature of no forgiveness Y The bridges of Madison. Eastwood brews in A perfect world a bleak fable driven by the engines of defeat and the weight of destiny, a frontal attack on the still-called American dream and one of the darkest and most shocking films of the 1990s.

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