You are not one of the fans who will soon be in the tricolore shirt our Red Devils cheered in their match against Japan? Then you always have these three options on the tv behind the hand.
O. J.: MADE IN AMERICA
Canvas, 23.10-0.45 hour
In 1995, America was in the grip of the trial against former American-footballspeler and actor O. J. Simpson. He stood rightly for the murder of his ex-wife and her friend. This five-part documentary looks back at that remarkable process. In the first episode, the director Ezra Edelman back to the youth of Simpson, in the race-torn America of the sixties and seventies.
A MOST WANTED MAN
Caz, 20.50-22.40 pm
Philip Seymour Hoffman died a week after the premiere of this excellent spionagethriller of Anton Corbijn. In his last great starring role sucks all attention to itself as Günther Bachmann, chief of a German antiterreureenheid who would do good but opposed.
NPO3, 20.25-22.15 hours
No, this is not the hilarious version of John Waters with Divine, an adaptation by Adam Shankman from 2007 about a curvy girl from Baltimore that a dance contest wants to win. Note the remarkable role of John Travolta as the mother.