Published on 01/08/2017 in Showtime!
Pretty good, eh? And to make sure you don't forget, we will start sending you a message on the first day of the month. This message will appear on the screen of your Proximus TV.
Do you have the new TV menu? In that case, the message will look like this:
Click "ok" or "choose now". You will immediately arrive in the special catalog, where you can choose your gift film.
Do you prefer to watch your free film another time? No problem: you can fetch it any time directly via the menu. Go to shop > on demand > film > my gift film.
Do you have the TV menu? In that case, our message will look like this:
If you click below this message, you will immediately arrive in our special catalog. Here, you can choose your favorite film.
Do you prefer to watch your free film another time? No problem: you can fetch it any time directly via the menu. Go to on demand > film > my gift film.
What's more, at the bottom left of your screen you will see the number of gift films you can still choose from the catalog, including your monthly gift film.
In the new TV menu it looks like this:
And in the TV menu, like this:
These are my top three films for August. Not really your thing? Never mind, there are many more to choose from!
Successful advertising executive Howard (Will Smith) suffers a great personal tragedy and is completely devastated. To gain some control over his emotions, he sends letters to Death, Life and Time. His colleagues, having tried everything to pull him out of his depression, devise an intricate, controversial plan to bring these three elements to life...
Nina (Natalie Portman) is a ballerina in a ballet company riven by competition. Beth, the prima ballerina, is about to leave the company, and Nina, like everyone else, is eager to take her place in "Swan Lake". Artistic director Thomas Leroy thinks Nina is highly talented but lacks sensuality. And then there is Nina’s rival, Lily...
This duo needs no introduction. After more than 40 years of cat-and-mouse games, they're tired of chasing each other, so they bury their differences and start to talk. They decide to do a good deed by helping a rich orphaned girl run away from home, where she is kept as a slave by her mean and money-hungry aunt Figg...