A triple story by Jim Jarmusch, the open Arny case and three other things to see on television today

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‘Mystery Train’

Movistar Classics, 22.00

EE UU, 1989 (110 m.). Director: Jim Jarmusch. Interpretes: Masathoshi Nagase, Youki Kudoh, Nicoletta Braschi.

Paradigm of independent cinema, Jim Jarmusch has always strived to capture fragments of life. Mystery Trainunder its appearance as a comedy, draws a great reflection on the human being and coexistence with destiny, captured in three everyday stories that may perhaps come together.

Books return to La 2

The 2nd, 7:20 p.m.

Page Two premieres the seventeenth season with a first program in which Óscar López interviews Irene Solà for her novel I gave you eyes and you looked into the darkness. In addition, chefs Joan and Josep Roca show the secrets of their restaurant with the book CCR. The space also commemorates the 50th anniversary of the death of JRR Tolkien, author of The Lord of the rings.

Jesús Vázquez, in the documentary series 'Arny, historia de una infamía'.
Jesús Vázquez, in the documentary series ‘Arny, historia de una infamía’.

The Arny case, now open

DMAX, 22.30

with the subtitle History of infamy, this HBO Max documentary miniseries comes free to air on its sister channel. This is a journey through the homophobic criminal plot that arose in this LGTBI+ establishment in Seville and which falsely involved minors. Its three installments provide data on the investigation and testimonies from the judicial and journalistic spheres, as well as from the victims of the hoax.

Ana Rosa Quintana returns to the afternoons

Telecinco, 5:00 p.m.

After 14 years betting on Save me, the main channel of Mediaset España begins a new era in its evening offering with the change of Ana Rosa Quintana slot. Her new magazine, TardeARfeatures Manuel Díaz The Cordovan, Lolita and Maribel Verdú as three of the first guests during their initial deliveries. Javier Sardá, Marina Rivers, Carolina Ferre and Cristina Cifuentes, among others. They will be regular collaborators of the program.

New installment of ‘The Conqueror’

1, 10:45 p.m.

RTVE’s adaptation of the veteran reality adventure series on Basque television has become one of the hits of the season. Recorded in the Haitises National Park, framed in the Bay of Samaná (Dominican Republic), this Monday it offers its third installment after its list of 33 contestants has already suffered two expulsions and three abandonments.

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