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'Black Swan'

2:35 p.m., TCM

Black Swan by Darren Aronofsky

USA, 2010 (108 minutes). Director: Darren Aronofsky. Cast: Natalie Portman, Vincent Cassel, Barbara Hershey, Mila Kunis.

The images of Black Swan represent the total purification of cinema by Darren Aronofsky. A cinema that is sometimes baroque, sometimes lysergic, but which relies on the details and the insertions to increase its expressiveness. “Black Swan” is a frightening story, embedded in the everyday situation of a dancer who is faced with the challenge of interpreting Swan Lake. From this starting point, the filmmaker delves into the intimate fears of a character who must embrace his dark side to achieve self-destruction and from there perfection, while surrounded by three threats: obsessive maternal possessiveness, which his choreographer assumes, and that was embodied in a possible rival.

'Once Upon a Time in America'

6:00 p.m., Hollywood

Once Upon a Time in America by Sergio Leone

Once Upon a Time in America. USA, 1984 (220 minutes). Director: Sergio Leone. Actors: Robert de Niro, James Woods.

Leone's most ambitious film is an emotional reflection on the inalienability of the passage of time. An epic story and a tribute to the gangster genre, covered by images with a slow and methodical rhythm, about the lives of two friends in the face of the law, the street and ultimately life.

“Documaster” and the history of the Red Army

10 p.m., La 2

Documentary History of the Red Army, broadcast on La 2

For 70 years, the Red Army was one of the foundations of the USSR, both an instrument of admiration and a symbol of liberation. Documaster broadcasts the documentary “The History of the Red Army”, which analyzes both its epic, its contradictions and its condition as an instrument of power. Although everyone knows that Trotsky's name is associated with his creation, contrary to popular belief, most of his past consists of military defeats and failures.

Interview with Rafael Nadal in “The Objective”

10:30 p.m., sixth

Rafael Nadal

Rafa Nadal grants The Objective his first interview after announcing his return to court. Ana Pastor will speak with the Mallorcan tennis player in a special broadcast of the program, in which the winner of 22 Grand Slams will discuss his upcoming goals for this season, in which he wants to play several more major tournaments, and will also talk about the possibility of that this will be the case This will be his last year as a professional.

Special “We have to talk about it”

10:45 p.m., antenna 3

A group of teenagers with their cell phones

Sonsoles Ónega presents this special space that analyzes minors' access to online porn and its social impact. We need to talk about the fact that there will be representatives from families, educational centers and institutions. Among those present will be Alejandro Villena, psychologist and special sexologist for prevention and help with porn addiction, Marina Marroquí, social worker and Lluís Ballester, social researcher, as well as Mabel Lozano, actress and film director.

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