The digicorder, proves once again its usefulness, because tonight we are treated to five solid movies. If that but not for keuzestress.
Canvas, 21.15-23.10 hours
A lot of good films on tv tonight. The best is this violent crime drama from John Hillcoat. Takes place during the prohibition, scenario and music of Nick Cave. Add to that Tom Hardy, Jessica Chastain and Gary Oldman, and it can’t fail.
2 WASTE LAND
Q2, 23.05-0.50 hour
The second best film of tonight is this morbid thriller by Pieter Van Hees. Playing in the most neglected parts of Brussels. Add to that Jérémie Renier and Natali Broods, and it can’t fail.
3 THE EDGE
VTM, 23.30-1.40 pm
The second best film of tonight, this is the survival story of Lee Tamahori. Playing in the snow of Alaska, where two guys who each other hate together to survive after a plane crash. Add to that Anthony Hopkins and Alec Baldwin, and it can no longer piece (except aircraft).
4 THE DAY WILL COME
NPO2, 22.50-00.40 pm
Two brothers are in a Danish boarding school in the 60’s. Outside the world changes fast, but in the asylum, time seems to have stood still. Copenhagen arrives on the street to peace demands in Vietnam, but within the walls of the boarding school are violence and humiliation are the order of the day.
5 LE PASSE-MURAILLE
ARTE, 20u55-22.30 hrs
Emile Dutilleul, an introvert voetveeg, spends his days in a boring insurance office. On a blue Monday, a new trainee binnenwaaien, which makes him dream. There happen to be more magical things. Emile discovers that he by the walls, can walk. A bittersweet film adaptation of the French short story from 1941 by Marcel Aymé.