Edith, on her way to her dream Drama by Simon Hunter (2017), with Sheila Hancock, Kevin Guthrie, Wendy Morgan, Amy Manson, Paul Brannigan. Edith Moore, 83, has just lost her husband. His daughter wants to send him to a retirement home. Edith, who hasn’t had the life she imagined, decides to escape and fulfill a somewhat crazy dream for a woman her age. She wants to climb to the top of Mount Suilven in Scotland. She would like to climb alone, but quickly realizes the difficulty of the task. She hires Johnny who lives in the area. The boy is not necessarily very resourceful, but together they launch an assault on the mountain. While many years separate them, the old lady and the young man will end up appreciating each other … Arte, 9:55 p.m.

Matrix Resurrections Science fiction film by Lana Wachowski (2021), with Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Jonathan Groff. Thomas Anderson, now a video game designer, is the author of the worldwide success The Matrix. He was inspired by a past that he only remembers in fragments to create his game. Haunted by this old life, Anderson consults a therapist, who prescribes blue pills for him… Canal+, 10:09 p.m.


The routes of slavery 476-1375: beyond the desert History of Fanny Glissant, Daniel Cattier, Juan Gélas. Slavery is a tragedy that has been playing out since the dawn of humanity. Violence, domination, profit, this criminal system has shaped our history and founded the greatest empires in the world. This four-part documentary retraces the history of the slave trade from the 7th to the 19th century and proposes tracing the routes of slavery. Art, 9:50 p.m.

They shone on TV: what has become of them? Society magazine. Karine Ferri proposes to discover what has become of women who have marked the history of television, such as the singer Ève Angéli, or Camille Raymond and Magalie Madison, two actresses from the series first kisses, or even Titia, the sexy hostess from the program Tout le monde en parle and finally Véronique de Villèle, the cult presenter of Gym Tonic. TF1, 00:45.

The Voice Kids Entertainment. Nikos Aliagas and Karine Ferri are happy to take over the reins of the show as closely as possible with the young artists, from blind auditions to the live grand finale, including battles and the semi-final. Who of Patrick Fiori, Kendji Girac, Louane and Julien Doré, four coaches with an exceptional competitive spirit, will win the trophy? TF1, 10:10 p.m.


La ch’tite famille Comédie by Dany Boon (2018), with Dany Boon, Laurence Arné, Line Renaud, Guy Lecluyse, Valérie Bonneton. In the middle of Parisian design, Valentin D. and Constance Brandt, couple in the city, are icons of refined chic, sizes of the elegance of nothing. In short, snobinards, darlings of snobinards! Everything changes the day when, knocked down by a car, Valentin comes out of a coma with a ch’ti accent, which he had taken care to hide until then. Like his modest family. Nothing is going right: the disowned tribe arrives in the middle of the opening. TF1, 10:10 p.m.

Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood (long version) Thriller by Quentin Tarantino (2019), with Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Émile Hirsch, Timothy Olyphant, Dakota Fanning. In 1969, television actor Rick Dalton and his friend and stunt double Cliff Booth are totally lost in a changing movie industry. They no longer understand this city of angels which sees the emergence of the hippie movement and the nightmarish arrival of guru Charles Manson. France 2, 10:10 p.m.


Diana, The Seven Days After Her Death History of Henry Singer. William and Harry, Diana’s sons, and key players in the event recount the seven days – August 31 to September 6, 1997 – that elapsed between the Princess’s death in a road accident in Paris and his royal funeral. The British immediately expressed their deep sorrow, laying more than a million bouquets of flowers outside his London home in Kensington Palace. But this sadness turned over the days into anger, first against the press and then against the royal family. France 5, 10 p.m.

Belmondo the incorrigible Cinema of François Lévy-Kuentz. Charismatic and resourceful, seductive and daredevil, Jean-Paul Belmondo has always played his roles as he lived, at a thousand miles an hour. This documentary lifts the veil on a founding childhood that allowed him to overcome many obstacles. Told from the inside with the support of his autobiography, his interviews and unpublished archives, this epic traces the career of this turbulent young actor who launched the New Wave in Breathless before becoming the popular Bebel, vigilante indestructible and provocative. France 3, 10:10 p.m.


The Third Drama War by Giovanni Aloi (2019), with Anthony Bajon, Karim Leklou, Leïla Bekhti, Arthur Verret, Jonas Dinal. Paris, nowadays, in full operation “Sentinel”, in a society undermined by paranoia after multiple terrorist attacks. This is the behind the scenes of the first mission of Léo, a young army recruit, inevitably disappointed to discover the capital in such a dark light. Strolling through semi-deserted streets, he must watch out for the grain and spot any suspicious movement or object, under the watchful eye of superiors, with colleagues under tension and prone to disputes. The situation becomes explosive when demonstrations take such a worrying turn that the State decides to deploy the army there… Canal+, 11:45 p.m.

À la folie Dramatic TV movie by Andréa Bescond, Éric Métayer (2022), with Marie Gillain, Alexis Michalik, Ahmad Sylla, Nicole Ferroni. During a dinner with friends, Anna stabs her companion. Arrested, she tries to explain her gesture and reviews all the stages of her toxic relationship with Damien who exercised total control over her, alternating demonstrations of love, for the gallery, and domestic violence, in privacy. M6, 10:10 p.m.


La villa Drame by Robert Guédiguian (2017), with Ariane Ascaride, Jean-Pierre Darroussin, Gérard Meylan. A stone’s throw from L’Estaque, speculation, which has won everywhere, threatens in turn. The father of Angèle, Armand and Joseph, who had just been struck by a stroke, was henceforth doomed to a vegetative life. Angèle is back reluctantly, because she has a score to settle with her two brothers, one of whom has taken over her father’s restaurant and the other is engaged to Bérangère, a very young woman. Together, they will have to sell the family home which overlooks the sea. While they have scores to settle, they learn that a boat full of migrants has just washed up on the coast… Arte, 9:55 p.m.

Good Doctor *2017 Hospital series by Anne Renton (2021), season 5, with Freddie Highmore, Fiona Gubelmann, Will Yun Lee, Christina Chang. Shaun does not hesitate to challenge the changes implemented by Salen since his arrival at the head of the hospital. Glassman must accept a new position. TF1, 10:10 p.m.


Marat, Robespierre, the sick of the Science and Technology Revolution by Dominique Adt. Philippe Charlier, doctor and anthropologist, investigates two of the most famous figures of the French Revolution: Jean-Paul Marat and Maximilien Robespierre. Before dying, both showed signs of illness. To find out more, Philippe Charlier uses their death masks to create facial reconstructions. To determine the pathologies that gnawed at them, the doctor had access to real evidence from the crime scenes of the time: the bathtub in which Marat was murdered and the desk on which the injured Robespierre lay before leaving. at the scaffold. More than 200 years later, will the DNA collected speak? France 5, 10 p.m.

Conversations with Friends Drama series by Leanne Welham (2022). Season 1, with Alison Oliver, Sasha Lane, Joe Alwyn, Jemima Kirke. Psychologically undermined by her relationship with Nick and still struggling, Frances finds some solace in writing. Bobbi worries about her. Canal+, 10:10 p.m.

FridayEdith, on her way to her dream Drama by Simon Hunter (2017), with Sheila Hancock, Kevin Guthrie, Wendy Morgan, Amy Manson, Paul Brannigan. Edith Moore, 83, has just lost her husband. His daughter wants to send him to a retirement home. Edith, who hasn’t had the life she imagined, decides to escape and fulfill a somewhat crazy dream for a woman her age. She…

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