TVCine Top, Saturday, 18:25
Anthony, 81, lives alone in his apartment and declines his daughter’s offer (soon to move to Paris) to hire a caregiver. He feels so stressed that he begins to doubt himself, Ann, and his perception of reality. Signed by director and playwright Florian Zeller, this drama about dementia (filmed from the perspective of those who suffer from it) won the Academy Award for Best Actor (Anthony Hopkins) and adapted screenplay (Florian Zeller and Christopher Hampton).
Hollywood, Saturday, 9:30 p.m.
Hellboy was born during World War II, in the depths of Hell, and was brought to Earth to do evil. He was found by Allied soldiers in the ruins of a church, who rescued him and helped him develop his supernatural abilities. Despite his demonic appearance, Hellboy takes Good’s side. And it will be necessary to fight a powerful witch bent on exterminating the entire human race. Directed by Neil Marshall, the film adapts the character created by Dark Horse Comics. David Harbor takes the lead role. In high school they are Ian McShane, Milla Jovovich, Sasha Lane, Daniel Dae Kim and Thomas Haden Church.
Saturday, 10:13 pm
Directed by Steven Spielberg, set to music by John Williams and played by Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes, and Ben Kingsley, among others, it has collected seven of the twelve Golden Statues for which it was nominated in 1994. It is an example of the horror of Nazi genocide. It tells the true story of Oskar Schindler, a German businessman who wanted to enrich himself with war, by setting up a low-cost munitions factory, and ended up becoming a hero, using the factory as a lifeline for his Jewish employees.
RTP2, Saturday 23:32
An award-winning film written by Louis-Philippe Rocha, and protagonist Leonor Seixas. A 17-year-old girl, living on the outskirts of Lisbon, is raped by a drug addict and decides to hide what happened and the resulting pregnancy. It is the beginning of a painful path from adolescence to adulthood.
Cinemundo, Sunday, 20:25
Einar and Gerda Wegener are painters. One day, the model that Gerda hired canceled and asked her husband to stand up. He agrees, and in the clothes of these women, he feels something very awake inside. Directed by Tom Hooper, the film earned Alicia Vikander an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.
Fox Movies, Sunday, 11:57 p.m.
Thriller A police report written and directed by Joel Sousa, the action centered on one night. Two agents (Thomas Jane and Luke Klintank) patrol downtown Los Angeles. One of them is a veteran, who has his own ways of dealing with difficult situations; The other, a junior full of ideals still fresh from the academy.
The games that changed the world
Date, Saturday, 12:57 PM
The five-episode marathon of the second season of the docu series focused on the “stories and rivalries that gave rise to the modern game industry” in the United States, whether from video game hero plumbers or the intricacies of the Mattel empire.
Odyssey, Sunday, 18:16
World Biological Diversity Day, which falls on Sunday, spurs the premiere of this Nicholas Brown film. It has won a number of awards, including an Emmy for Best Documentary about Nature. Based on biologist Sean B. Carroll’s book, The Five Heroes of Modern Ecology meet: Robert T. Payne (who died in 2016, two years before the documentary premiered), James A. Estes, Mary Eleanor Power, Tony Sinclair and John Tirberg. In the 1960s, these scientists were pioneers in discovering the rules that maintain ecosystems.
ID, Sunday, 10 p.m.
The premiere of the three-part docu series that “reveals who the woman who lived in Jeffrey Epstein’s shadow really is,” is the summary. Ghislaine Maxwell is the subject of an investigation led by journalist Vicki Ward, which delves into her past, her relationship with Epstein, and her role in the network of underage exploitation led by her millionaire boyfriend. In December 2021, the previous social A British woman – the daughter of Robert Maxwell and herself accustomed to a life of opulence – was found guilty of soliciting and recruiting teens for sexual assault by Epstein, between 1994 and 2004. As for the businessman, he died in 2019, while awaiting trial. He was found suffocated in his cell, in what was officially classified as a suicide.
Lost Treasures of Rome
National Geographic, Sunday, 10:30 p.m.
for the first time. The documentary series follows the work of archaeologists to recover the remains of the ancient city of Zeugma (now part of Turkey) before it was flooded by a new dam. The mosaics are the most recognizable pieces, but there are also coins, ceramics, reliefs, and even fabrics in the collection – clues to better understanding the history of those who lived there and the place’s strategic importance to the Roman Empire.
Football: Tondela vs Porto
TVI, Sunday, 17 hours
Portugal Cup Final, live from Jamor. For Tondela, this is his first appearance at this point in the Queen’s competition, despite the bitter taste of recent relegation to League Two. For the Dragons, it’s an opportunity to do a “double”, after they won the title of National Champions.
Salvador Sobral – BBM – Live broadcast on Maria Matos
RTP1, Saturday 23:49
He recorded the concert performed by Salvador Sobral, in January of this year, at the Teatro Maria Matos. was the motto beats per minute (Which means beats per minute, from the heart and music), the album already revealed some notes, specifically at the Lisbon Theater, in the summer of 2020.. And next to him is Andre Rosinha on guitar, Andre Santos on guitar, Bruno Pedroso on The drums and Max Agnes plays the piano.
Brittany Howard plays a baloise session
RTP2, Sunday 23:46
After the hiatus announced in 2018 by the Alabama Shakes, it was front woman He continued as a solo and was released to records the following year with Jamiethe album that earned it seven Grammy Award nominations and awarded it the Gold Chart for Best Rock Song for Kept going up. In the same year, he attended the Swiss Baloise Festival – the concert broadcast by RTP on Sundays.
written in water
RTP2, Sat 22:05
This dance movie moves on the border between fantasy and reality. Behind the cameras is choreographer Pontus Ledberg. Between the stage and behind the scenes of the creative process, imagine the story of the choreographer (Aurelie Dupont) working on a play about desire and immersing herself in the subject in a way that ends in love. With lead dancer (Alexander Jones). In this “metaphor of the way we often live our lives,” Ledberg explains, “water, as a guiding theme, gives the story a kind of magical realism and a way to visualize these philosophical perspectives.”
Snow: The Stone of Wishes (V. Eng.)
Cinemundo, Saturday, 10:25 a.m.
Directed by Alexei Tsitsilin, an animated film about courage and the importance of the family, based on the story of Hans Christian Andersen. Continue the adventure of brothers Kiara and Kai that began in Snow: A Heroic Journey keep on Snow: The Queen’s Mirror.
Home: Betty (V. Ing.)
Hollywood, Sunday, 9:30 a.m.
Sealed by DreamWorks and directed by Tim Johnson, an animated comedy based on a children’s book The true meaning of Smackdayby Adam Rex. During an alien invasion where humans are captured and taken to a ‘sanctuary’, a girl manages to escape and finds an unexpected ally in Oh, an alien.