You don’t know what to watch tonight ? The Drafting of AlloCiné shows you the movies and series on tv. In the program : a thriller cult of Henri Verneuil, a film noir with Rita Hayworth, and the first film by Michel Boujenah. “Allowed to watch” The Sicilian Clan by Henri Verneuil with Jean Gabin, Lino Ventura (France 3, 21h) : “In the French cinema of the 1960s, there were two ways, equally honourable to understand the polar. One, cold and implacable, that we owe to Melville, and the other, more spectacular, and popular, which has been the trademark of Verneuil. Reflected in this “Clan of the Sicilians” which marks a decisive turning point in the conceptualization of organized crime. The passing of a logical group, of family, with its codes, its rules and its articles of association to a form that is more individualistic, spirited, one might say sixties to stick to the spirit of the time. A black film major and ambitious, therefore, served majestically and humbly by a trio of holy monsters (Gabin, Delon, Ventura).” Guillaume Martin Gilda trailer VO Gilda by Charles Vidor with Rita Hayworth, Glenn Ford (Arte, 20h55) : “Work that led to Rita Hayworth to its reputation as a sex symbol, “Gilda” is a film noir that draws its pin from the play by the symbolic sexual he emerges and the ambiguity of the relationships between its characters. But this variation around the friendship, the desire and the ambition is especially essential for the figure of the femme fatale pulled by its lead actress. The sensuality of Hayworth culminates in the scene of dance now worship, and, while removing a glove, she sings “Put the Blame on Mame”. A sequence that in itself justifies to discover this classic.” Emilie Schneider, Father and son trailer VF Father and son of Michel Boujenah, Philippe Noiret, Charles Berling (TV5 World, 21h) : “For its first realization, Michel Boujenah delivers a tender family comedy about a father aging who tries everything to reconnect with his three sons. The quartet embarks then for an animated stay in Canada. Philippe Noiret played with brio this patriarch, soft and slightly a liar, although well-intentioned. In front of him, the trio, Charles Berling, Bruno Putzulu, Pascal Elbé exudes a harmony and a sympathy contagious. A feel-good movie that is refreshing.” Caroline Langlois “Permitted to speak” And otherwise, among all the movies that are coming this evening, what is your favorite ? What are you going to watch this Monday, march 04 ? To find all programs, go directly to the grid by clicking here.