Al Rojo Vivo
Al Rojo Vivo is a Spanish language expression meaning heated until red hot, the glowing color of an object between about 500 °C and 800 °C. As in English it can be used to indicate intense emotion or a situation ready to be shaped or forged by public opinion.
Al Rojo Vivo may also refer to:
- Spanish version of
- White Heat (1949), directed in USA by Raoul Walsh.
- Mercury Rising (1998), American film directed by Harold Becker
- Al Rojo Vivo (film) (1969), film by Mexican director Gilberto Gazcón.
- Al Rojo Vivo (Mexico) (1980), former Mexican news and commentary program
- Al Rojo Vivo (laSexta) (2011-), daytime news and current affairs discussion program transmitted by laSexta in Spain
- Al Rojo Vivo (Telemundo), a Spanish language news program on the American television network Telemundo.
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