The irremovable Eurovision Song Contest takes place this year at the Pala Alpitour in Turin, Italy. It is the group “Alvan et Ahez” which will represent France with their song “Fulenn”, sung in Breton… Does it bet on a mystical atmosphere and Celtic references? with fire, predominant green lights and a Celtic symbol specific to the druids on the ground. That’ll do…
The irremovable Eurovision Song Contest takes place this year at the Pala Alpitour in Turin, Italy. It is the group “Alvan et Ahez” which will represent France with their song “Fulenn”, sung in Breton… Does it bet on a mystical atmosphere and Celtic references? with fire, predominant green lights and a Celtic symbol specific to the druids on the ground. Will that be enough to please the jury?
Saturday May 14 on France 2 at 9 p.m.
“DNA, the end of crime? »
DNA research has changed the fight against crime. Hundreds of very old cases have been solved thanks to genetics. The documentary “DNA, the end of crime?” » makes us see a little further still: with genetic genealogy, it would even be possible to find anyone on the planet by crossing the data of immense private DNA banks, with the genetic fingerprint of a criminal sought. But the excessive and uncontrolled use of DNA could be daunting, because, if this tool makes it possible to locate killers, it could be just as effective, in the wrong hands, in arresting political opponents, women who have abortions, immigrants, etc.
Sunday May 15 on France 5 at 8:55 p.m.
The movie “The Drum”
The film “The Drum” by Volker Schlöndorff, adapted from the novel by Günter Grass, won the Palme d’or at the Cannes Film Festival in 1979 and the Oscar for best foreign film in 1980. This work tells the story of Oskar , who incredibly survived World War II. Shocked by the world of adults, he decides to stop growing up, in order to keep the look of an implacable and inflexible child on the world. A little gem.
Sunday May 15 on Arte at 11:10 p.m.
“Exclusive survey: Greenland, life at the end of the world”
This Sunday “Exclusive Survey” is dedicated to Greenland, four times the size of France and 80% covered by ice. This place fascinates with its polar temperatures, icebergs and polar bears. Yet raw and hostile, 56,000 Greenlanders live there in these extreme conditions. Its basement is full of coveted treasures, such as uranium, iron, hydrocarbons, rare earths and rubies. An unprecedented dive into this life at the end of the world.
Sunday May 15 on M6 at 11:15 p.m.
The movie “Parasite”
Here is a tragic comedy from director Bong Joon-ho who manages to revisit all genres: baroque tradition, suspense and the darkness of the thriller. This film contrasts a family of poor buggers on the one hand, whose father Ki-taek, and the two children, are no less reduced to surviving in an unsanitary apartment, and wealthy people, the Parks, whose the residence surrounded by high walls and cameras, hides a green garden and a dwelling of several floors. Here, no drama, no violence, only skill, a little luck, a lot of necessity. Attention, eruptive final. “Parasite” has managed to rise to the rank of phenomena for having won Palme d’or at Cannes in 2019 and Oscar for best film in 2020.
Sunday May 15 on Arte at 9 p.m.
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Eurovision, cult films, documentaries… What to see on our screens this weekend