What to watch on TV today? Sunday, September 26, 2021 | TV

13.30 / The 2

‘RTVE Responde’ addresses the advancement of ‘prime time’

The new Ombudsman, María Escario, will have as a guest this morning the president of TVE, José Manuel Pérez Tornero. Both will address issues such as the value of citizen participation, plans to advance some programs at prime time, and new projects and the future of the Corporation. In addition, the director of Radio 3, Tomás Fernando Flores, will respond to listeners’ complaints about some programs that have disappeared from the new programming.

14.00 / Movistar LaLiga

Five matches of the football day

Today the seventh day of the League competition offers five games, which Movistar LaLiga broadcasts live. The first of them will arrive at 2:00 p.m., the duel between Mallorca and Osasuna. Next, the Barcelona-Levante will be played at the Nou Camp at 4.15pm. At 6.30 pm it will be the turn of the confrontation between Rayo Vallecano and Cádiz and, finally, the duel starring Celta and Granada at 9.00 pm.

17.20 / Movistar Comedy

‘The explosive naive’

Cat Ballou. USA, 1965 (92 minutes). Director: Elliot Silverstein. Cast: Jane Fonda, Lee Marvin, Michael Callan.

Halfway between western and comedy, this funny parody is presented in which a teacher hires a gunman to protect her father. The great Lee Marvin won a well deserved Oscar for his work competing against none other than Richard Burton and Laurence Olivier.

17.40 / TNT

‘Captain America the First Avenger’

USA, 2011 (125 minutes). Director: Joe Johnston. Cast: Chris Evans, Hugo Weaving, Hayley Atwell.

On the first date with Captain America, you can see the respect with which those responsible have approached the Stan Lee and Jack Kirby comics. The film respects a retro tone that brings it closer to the aesthetics of the first Marvel comics. In addition, he does not get lost in fuss and looks fondly on his characters.

18.05 / #0

‘While the war lasts’

Spain, 2019 (103 minutes). Director: Alejandro Amenábar. Interpreters: Karra Elejalde, Eduard Fernández, Santi Prego.

Amenábar offers an example of cinema that analyzes history to try to understand the present from the understanding of the past. The figure of Unamuno, contradictory (in the elegant, accurate and calm images of the film there is also a certain critical approach towards the intellectual locked in his ivory tower), but always monumental, fills a story sustained by such a slow staging as precise, almost languid even in the theoretical strong moments of the action, and always attentive to visual detail.

18.05 / Movistar CineÑ

‘Manolito Gafotas’

Spain, 1998 (86 minutes). Director: Miguel Albaladejo. Interpreters: David Sánchez, Roberto Álvarez, Adriana Ozores.

Elvira Lindo’s literary character comes to life in an adaptation that features the writer herself in the script and in which Miguel Albaladejo shows his extensive record as a filmmaker. The creator of films of the stature of The open sky breathes rhythm into a movie as funny as it is smart, with humorous sequences.

19.00 / Channel 24 hours

Elections in Germany

Canal 24 Horas dedicates Sunday afternoon to monitoring the election day and the advancement of the results of the elections in Germany, in which the current chancellor, Angela Merkel, does not opt ​​for re-election after 16 years in office. Cristina Pampín will host this special newscast that will have live connections with the TVE correspondent in Berlin, Miguel Angel García, and the special envoy, Víctor García Guerrero. Different analysts will be present in the program: Miguel Otero, principal investigator of the Elcano Royal Institute, Hans-Günther Kellner, collaborator of the public radio Deutschlandfunk, Pilar Requena, TVE journalist and director of Documentos TV, and Pablo Simón, political scientist.

19.45 / Antenna 3

Special newsletter about the eruption on La Palma

Matías Prats and Mónica Carrillo host a special newscast that will follow the last hour of the eruption of the Cumbre Vieja volcano. One week after the event, the program from the Canary Island shows the evolution of the eruption, the tragic situation experienced by its inhabitants and the efforts to alleviate the effects of the disaster.

21.30 / DMAX

The work of highway patrols

The documentary series returns to DMAX Road control, which portrays the daily work of those who patrol the Spanish roads and highways. In this episode, an accident notice in the Community of Madrid puts a crowded van on alert. In Malaga, during a routine documentation control, a patrol detects a driver without a valid driving license, while in the Canary Islands a WhatsApp group from La Gomera warns residents of the location of the controls, which will not prevent him from a patrol intercepts several drivers suspected of drug use.

22.30 / The 2

‘The olive’

Spain, 2016 (98 minutes). Director: Icíar Bollaín. Interpreters: Anna Castillo, Javier Gutiérrez, Manuel Cucala.

Icíar Bollaín turns into a somewhat naive story, yes, although exposed with great conviction, that follows a young woman who struggles to recover an ancient tree that her family sold against her grandfather’s will. Personal rebellion and intergenerational relationships function as narrative engines.

23.55 / Movistar Classics

‘Torn curtain’

Torn Curtain. USA, 1966 (122 minutes). Director: Alfred Hitchcock. Performers: Paul Newman, Julie Andrews.

It has already become commonplace: Hitchcock’s masterpieces are Vertigo and Psychosis (and, if anything, Birds). Thus, according to some critics, he must be the director who has filmed the most minor films in the history of cinema … torn curtain embarks Paul Newman on a harrowing adventure: he is a scientist who is sold to East Germany in the cold war. Hitchcock proposes a plot that works like a metronome, in which he includes sequences as violent as the one in which a gas oven is used as a deadly weapon. Far from prejudices, the film can only be considered as one of the heights of the author’s art, in which he exploits his talent to achieve an unusual verisimilitude born of absolute formal artifice.

0.15 / Antenna 3

The last chapter of ‘My daughter’ arrives

The outcome of the Turkish series My daughter reveals the end of the adventures of its characters. This latest installment tells how Demir fights to return the money that Öykü found in the park and thus solve a misunderstanding that could frustrate the long-awaited family happiness. On the other hand, Demir must prepare his imminent wedding with Candan, for which he will receive unexpected help.

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What to watch on TV today? Sunday, September 26, 2021 | TV