It is often said that the first impression is the right one. In an instant, and during an encounter with a stranger, our brain instinctively launches into a – sometimes biased – deciphering of the other, based in particular on their face and their voice.
Fascinating, this documentary looks back at the way our unconscious analyzes our perceptions, and at the origins of this reflex.
University professors, psychologists and actors evoke here the influence of our expressions and intonations, while considering the possibilities that will soon be offered to science.
For some, the analysis of the voice would be as relevant as that of the blood.
2.Saturday April 2, 2022 – Conspiracies (Tipik, 8:05 p.m.)
Jerry is a paranoid taxi driver.
One day, he is kidnapped and threatened with death. What if he was right with his conspiracy theory?
The first part of the film where we navigate the madness of a handsome obsessive-compulsive Mel is very funny.
Afterwards, unfortunately, we fall back into the rut of the more conventional thriller, but terribly effective and entertaining: it is all the same Donner (the sagaFatal weapon) holding the helm.
The trailer for “Conspiracies”
3.Sunday April 3, 2022 – Rules of the game (C8, 9:10 p.m.)
Conceived as a “gay drama”, this pure masterpiece lives up to its title. Indeed, it is indeed about the rules of the social game that it is a question, of a world seated to the point of derision on its own loss.
Lightly announcing the end of an era (the war was brewing in 1939),Rules of the Game spare neither the rich nor the poor.
If life at the Château de la Colinière has the trappings of a joyful and delicious merry-go-round, the time has come for cynicism: isn’t rabbit hunting on the lands of the Marquis de La Chesnaye akin to being mistaken? to a warlike barbarism?
Moreover, the social hierarchy, in this deliquescent world, can only be shaky: in these relations between masters and valets, put into abyss during a theatrical performance, the barriers become blurred, thanks to Renoir’s great depth of field. placing the protagonists of this play on an equal footing. A very sincere “game”.
The trailer for “Rules of the Game”
4.Sunday April 3, 2022 – Forgotten Amboise (La Une, 8:55 p.m.)
Near the tomb of Leonardo da Vinci, at the Château d’Amboise, lies a lifeless body. The man has been placed in a position reminiscent of Vitruvian Man.
Captain Alban Dutertre (Philippe Bas) is in charge of the investigation. He is assisted by Warrant Officer Bérénice Amarillo (Pauline Bression), traumatized by an intervention that went wrong.
Soon, it will become clear that their investigation is linked to the Renaissance genius buried near the crime scene. During their search, the police will also have to face the family problems that are eating away at them…
This police TV movie, also starring Édouard Montoute, immerses viewers in Amboise and its surroundings, a cultural treasure that is worth the detour.
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Julia Roberts and Mel Gibson or Jean Renoir: what are you going to watch this weekend?