This month is marked at Movistar by the show at dawn from September 20 to 21 in Movistar Series of the Emmy ceremony. An atypical, like so many others this year, which will be done virtually, with cameras scattered around the guest rooms. This also affects the return of a good number of programs # 0 from Monday 14th: ‘Wax, Polish # 0’, ‘Resistance’, ‘Late Motiv’, Locomundo ‘,’ illustrious do not know ‘and’ Cosmote + sessions.
But there is also a fair amount of fiction and documentaries. We detail the best of Movistar + programming for September.
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‘Quiz: The Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Scandal?’
One of the biggest scandals in television history, set in the ever-juicy world of game shows. In that case, a former British Army commander who was accused of cheating to win in the popular “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?”. A miniseries that deals with the price of fame, ambition and the self-defeating spiral of so many TV products in search of an audience.
All September series
Movies premiered on Movistar +
At the last Sitges Festival, the indefatigable Joe Begos presented not one, but two films: the terrific and very personal “Bliss” and the more buzzing “VFW”. Here, Begos goes back to his eighties to honor John Carpenter and his founder “Assault on the 13th Precinct”. This time, a group of veterans is beset by a horde of almost futuristic punks. Gore, violence and legends like Fred Williamson in the cast. A perfect morning session.
An unusual friendship story with which Taika Waititi momentarily removed from the pure comedy of “What We Do in the Shadows” or “Thor: Ragnarok” propose a satire of Nazism that flees savagery and dark humor to focus on a portrait with the hearts of the victims. Super Secondary (Scarlett Johansson, Sam Rockwell, and Waititi himself as Hitler) for an all-audience critique of one of the darkest moments of the 20th century.
All the films of September
First documentary on Movistar +
‘The History of Motown’
A documentary that analyzes the importance of the soul hit factory that propelled black pop myths like Marvin Gaye, The Supremes to stardom, Stevie Wonder or The temptations. It is the first documentary to bear the stamp of approval of Berrie Gordy, founder of the company in Detroit, ranging from founding Motown to moving to Los Angeles. A moment of American musical greatness which coincided with the racial tension in the country and which resulted in a great expansion of freedoms.
All September documentaries
- ‘The History of Motown’ (1/09)
- ‘Lee Miller: Muse and War Correspondent’ (09/13)
- ‘Martin Margiela by Martin Margiella’ (20/09)
- ‘Tom Cruise, by the trade star’ (24/09)
- ‘The cause’ (09/27)
Source : Xataka.com