TV program Monday 29 June: Le Nouveau and Easy Money – Cinema News

Every day, find the program of films and series to see on TV. Today: a fair comedy about adolescence, a thriller with Yves Montand, a violent plunge into the world of organized crime in Stockholm and a great war film.

Le Nouveau by Rudi Rosenberg with Réphaël Ghrenassia, Joshua Raccah (Canal + Family, 1:15 pm): “An intelligent film about a period of adolescence which is not so often approached in the cinema: the college years. The gags hit the bull’s eye and the young actors (unknown) are particularly endearing and authentic. Another reason to go see The New: Max Boublil, in the secondary role of the immature and immature uncle helping the heroes, delivers a particularly memorable performance … A comedy that feels good. ” Laurent Schenck

Alain Corneau’s Python 357 font with Yves Montand, François Périer (Ciné + Classic, 1:30 p.m.): “One of the most beautiful forays by Yves Montand in the thriller industry. Relentless mechanics, oppressive atmosphere … His performance as a cop locked up in a certain silence and showing clinical cold blood is quite close to genius.” Guillaume Martin

Easy Money by Daniel Espinosa with Joel Kinnaman, Matias Padin (Action, 4:53 p.m.): “Easy Money shows how much the Scandinavian thriller has a few nuggets of the genre. This uncompromising and violent dive into the world of organized crime in Stockholm arouses interest by its almost documentary realism and its aesthetic staging accentuating the urgency We also salute the performance of the “hero” Joel Kinnaman, a resourceful student with a troubled past faced with ruthless crime ready to engulf him at every moment. ” Laurent Schenck

Un Pont trop loin de Richard Attenborough with Dirk Bogarde, Sean Connery (Paris Première, 8.50pm): “Richard Attenborough offers us a brilliant reconstruction of what was the biggest failure of the Allies during the Second World War: take the bridges of the main rivers of the Netherlands in order to be able to enter Germany. Worn by a 4-star cast (Dirk Bogarde, Sean Connery, Gene Hackman, Michael Caine …) this great war film, in the vein of the Longest Day, sheds light on an operation very little known to the public. ” Laetitia Forhan

And if not, among all the films that pass, which is your favorite?

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