On TV Sunday May 8: one of Almodovar’s best films – Actus Ciné

Every day, find the program of films and series to see on TV. This Sunday: Pedro Almodovar tells his story, Doctor Strange makes his Marvel debut and Lambert Wilson launches the call for June 18.

On tv sunday may 8: one of almodovar's best films - actus ciné
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THE SUNDAY FILM

Pain and Glory by Pedro Almodóvar with Antonio Banderas, Asier Etxeandia, Leonardo Sbaraglia…

The most autobiographical of films Pedro Almodóvar would it also be the best? With an AlloCiné press rating flirting with perfection (4.6/5), Pain and Glory convincing on all counts. The sincerity that emanates from the whole commands respect, the filmmaker agreeing to reveal himself fully in his faults, his cowardice and his courage.

A respect that is tinged with admiration, so much the care given to each detail elevates Almodovar to the rank of a Visconti. For the record, the objects and furniture that make up the hero’s apartment come largely from the director’s own apartment. The whole, magnified by a neat photo, is a feast for the eyes.

Inspired staging, subtle mise en abyme (with an extraordinary Antonio Banderas as a megalomaniac and sickly alter-ego, winner of an interpretation prize at Cannes for the role), labyrinthine scenario… this film joins the ranks of masterpieces. Ideal for starting (or concluding) your exploration of Almodovar’s cinema.

This Sunday on ARTE at 8:55 p.m.

ALSO ON TV THIS SUNDAY

TF1 – 9:05 p.m.

Doctor Strange by Scott Derrickson with Benedict Cumberbatch, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Tilda Swinton…

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Doctor Strange follows the story of Doctor Stephen Strange, a talented neurosurgeon who, after a tragic car accident, must put his ego aside and learn the secrets of a hidden world of mysticism and alternate dimensions.

France 2 – 9:05 p.m.

DeGaulle by Gabriel Le Bomin with Lambert Wilson, Isabelle Carré, Olivier Gourmet…

May 1940. The war intensifies, the French army collapses, the Germans will soon be in Paris. Panic wins over the government, which plans to accept defeat. A man, Charles de Gaulle, freshly promoted to general, wants to change the course of history.

TFX – 9:05 PM

The Boom 2 by Claude Pinoteau with Sophie Marceau, Pierre Cosso, Brigitte Fossey…

Vic is back from vacation and about to start high school. Now fifteen years old, the young girl falls in love with a boy, Philippe, during a rock concert. In the midst of his love troubles and arguments with his parents, Vic can always confide in his great-grandmother, Poupette.

TF1 Film Series – 9:05 p.m.

Guardian Angels by Jean-Marie Poiré with Gérard Depardieu, Christian Clavier, Yves Rénier…

An unscrupulous businessman and a proud priest are struggling with the triads of Hong Kong and especially with their guardian angels who try to put them back on the right track…

W9 – 9:05 p.m.

The truth if I lie 2by Thomas Gilou with Richard Anconina, José Garcia, Gad Elmaleh…

In the Sentier district, Eddie Vuibert, Dov and Yvan are confronted with the somewhat expeditious procedures of their new client, Eurodiscount, a European chain of hypermarkets. Karine, tired of the turpitudes of her fickle husband, Dov, drives him out of the home. The group of friends is breaking up.

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6Ter – 9:05 p.m.

The fabulous destiny of Amelie Poulain by Jean-Pierre Jeunet with Audrey Tautou, Mathieu Kassovitz, Rufus…

Amélie, a young waitress in a bar in Montmartre, spends her time observing people and letting her imagination wander. She has set herself a goal: to do good for those around her. She then invents stratagems to intervene incognito in their existence.

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