This TV movie is a political and historical thriller that focuses on the assassination of General Prim in 1870. This assassination continues to be shrouded in mystery to this day, having never been resolved. Directed by Miguel Bardem and based on a script by Nacho Faerna and Virginia Yagüe, it will be premièred to mark the 200th Anniversary of General Prim's birth.
On 27th December 1870, General Juan Prim y Prats, the Head of the Spanish Cabinet and Minister of War at the time, was shot down on Calle del Turco in Madrid (today, Calle del Marqués de Cubas), near to Spain's Parliament building. He was certified dead three days later.
Some 150 years later, the events surrounding the assassination are still shrouded in mystery, with no clear culprit ever having been identified. The murder has inspired a considerable degree of interest amongst historians, as witnessed by the recent exhumation and autopsy of Prim's body.
Tarancón - The Fifth Commandment
20th December 1973. The Prime Minister of the Spanish Government and Franco's right-hand man, Carrero Blanco, is assassinated and certain fingers point to Vicente Enrique y Tarancón, Cardinal and Head of the Episcopal Conference, as the instigator.
Tarancón is forced to leave Madrid as the capital's walls are covered with the slogan: "Tarancón al paredón" (Tarancón Up Against the Wall!).
Ana Duato will get to know a group of motorbike enthusiasts who are happy to take her to different parts of the region. She will visit the vegetable gardens of Calahorra in order to try the local cauliflowers; she will go to Tricio, which is famous for its Rioja peppers and its snails; she will see the wine museum in Briones. During her tour, Ana will attend a nocturnal grape harvest in Haro and will stroll along the famous Laurel Street in Logroño.
One word from you is a portrait of Rosario and Milagros, of two ordinary lives. After years of setbacks, hopes, anxiety and realities, the fear that they don¿t deserve to be happy has taken shape. Together with Morsa, the two friends take two different routes in life: one towards the cruelest nothingness with a joyful and vital attitude and the other towards a hopeful future from a redeemed life and in the middle there is forgiveness.
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Vicente and Fernando are close friends and colleagues, professors at the Law School and members of the affluent upper middle class. Fernando, a full professor, is older than Vicente and serves as a father figure and professional and moral role model for him. He is also Vicente¿s staunchest support at the university. One day, by chance, Vicente sees Fernando murder his wife. He cannot bring himself to report his friend to the police but even when Fernando explains why he did it, Vicente is unable to understand or forgive him.
'Imprescindibles' will offer us a portrait of the actor Rafael Álvarez, 'El Brujo', in a documentary in which we accompany the actor during the rehearsals and production of his latest work. We will learn about this key figure through his performances of the most varied range of characters at theatres throughout the whole of Spain. In a series of interviews, a number of individuals who have worked with the actor will also offer their testimony, including the playwrights, José Luis Alonso de Santos and Albert Boadella, not to mention Jaime de Armiñán and Emma Cohen. Rafael Álvarez 'El Brujo', by Alicia de la Cruz and Chema de la Torre, is a TVE in-house production.