MONTREAL – Here are some suggestions of series and films to watch on the tv on French-language channels on Sunday, July 5:
“Salut Bonjour Week-End”
From Ève-Marie Lortie is one of the parties to Montreal to cheer on the show during the week, it was Mathieu Roy who ensures the permanence of the end of the week, live from Quebec. Four hours broadcast daily to inform and entertain the early risers of the weekend. Sunday, 6 h, VAT.
“The man who murmured to the ear of horses”
After a serious car accident, Grace (Scarlett Johansson) and her horse are deeply hurt physically and psychologically. His mother (Kristin Scott Thomas) finds Tom Booker (Robert Redford), a tamer of horses in particular. Sunday, 14 h, V.
“The crazy story of the mess of food”
Started by chef Anthony Bourdain, this documentary film wants to denounce the excesses of food wastage in western societies, trying at the same time to find ways to better use the products and recycle the waste. Sunday, 16 h, and Explore.
First episode of this second part of the documentary series “Blue Planet” produced by the BBC. It is a dive, however, more intimate at the heart of the oceans, in the marine meeting of the worlds, and that makes it look more sharp on the influence of human activity on these ecosystems. Sunday, 18: 30, ICI Radio-Canada Tele.
The start of the 4th season, while Duke (Eric Balfour) returns to Boston. Arrives to discover that her presence in the barn is not, in reality, lasted only six months, but this period of time has totally changed the life of Shelter. Sunday, 20 h, Series More.
Evan (Michael Cera) is kind, brilliant, and in general, terrorized. His best friend Seth (Jonah Hill) is talking too much, not to be carried out, and is especially obsessed with the girls. They will have to face the girls and to their destination for a special evening. Sunday, 21 h, Cinépop.
“In the steps of…, the Brother Marie-Victorin”
Marie-Thérèse Fortin de in the footsteps of brother Marie-Victorin, founder of the Montreal botanical Garden and author of the Flore laurentienne. This revolution in the cassock has transformed the science and the botany of the province of quebec. Sunday, 22 h, History.