Good Wife Handbook
At the Studios, 6:05 pm
France, 1960s. Paulette Van Der Beck runs the renowned Bitche School of Household Management with her husband. Everything goes well until he dies and Paulette discovers that the school is on the verge of ruin. As she tries to turn the business around, she begins to question the values that have been passed down there. Directed by Martin Provost, a French comedy with Juliette Binoche, Yolande Moreau, Noémie Lvovsky, Edouard Baer, François Berléand and Marie Zabukovec. Nominated for five Césars, it won best wardrobe.
Directed by Dominic Sena and based on the homonymous film by HB Halicki (1974), it follows Randall “Memphis” Raines, a great expert in car theft who retired from criminality to prevent Kip, his younger brother, from following in his footsteps. But, as fate would have it, Kip gets involved in serious trouble and his life is at risk. In a race against time, Memphis returns to crime and, to save his brother, he will have to steal 50 cars. Nicolas Cage, Angelina Jolie and Giovanni Ribisi occupy the main roles.
The musical comedy by brothers Arnaud and Jean-Marie Larrieu tells the adventures of Tralala (Mathieu Amalric), a street musician who lives in an abandoned building in Paris. When he leaves for Lourdes, a well-known Catholic pilgrimage site at the base of the Pyrenees, he is welcomed by a local family who believe he is Pat, their missing son for 20 years. Tralala thus finds the opportunity he needed for a new life.
TVCine Emotion, 10:10 pm
Debut. Starring Julia Roberts and Sean Penn, the miniseries brings another angle on Watergate, one of the biggest political scandals in US history, which caused the withdrawal of Nixon from the presidency in 1974.
Based on the first season of the Slow Burn podcast and nominated for four Emmys, Gaslit follows Martha “Mouth of the South” Mitchell, a lesser-known figure in the process but instrumental in her actions as the wife of then-US Attorney General John Mitchell. Roberts and Penn in these roles are joined by actors such as Shea Whigham, Betty Gilpin, Dan Stevens, Hamish Linklater or Nat Faxon. The eight episodes are billed on Tuesdays.
Is it or is not it? – The Great Debate
Direct. How to unite generations, wills and interests in the fight against climate change? This is the topic under debate tonight, in the program conducted by Carlos Daniel.
In the aftermath of the 27th United Nations Climate Summit in Egypt, the news that we are already eight billion humans impacting the planet and the escalation of protests and occupations by young activists, the panel is asked to assess issues such as global warming, management of resource consumption, threats to biodiversity and financial compensation for countries most vulnerable to extreme weather events.
RTP2, 10:58 am
The Insubmissa in the title is Natália Correia (1923-1993), writer, poet, activist and owner of O Botequim, a bar in the Lisbon neighborhood of Graça that became a meeting point for intellectuals and agitators in the 1970s and 80s. This is where the documentary filmed by Joaquim Vieira comes from, which talks to personalities who knew her well, to remember “the woman of passions and great figure of the gathering”. It develops in two parts: Natalia in resistance (today is Natalia in freedom (tomorrow).
Jim Jarmusch, the acclaimed director of Night on Earth🇧🇷 Dead man, Coffee and cigarettesBroken flowers – Broken Flowers, The Limits of Control or Only Lovers Survivepart of the title of a Stooges theme (from the album Raw Power, from 1973) to build, through interviews and archival footage, a documentary about the trajectory and impact of the seminal proto-punk band. It goes from the formation of the North American group, in 1967, to the solo career of its iconic leader, Iggy Pop, the so-called “godfather of punk”.