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FOR WEEK BEGINNING
JANUARY 19, 2016
There will be plenty to
keep you occupied in your
January 19-21 mostly in
connection with human-
interest issues. Expect lots of
discussions and paperwork.
You seem to be taking a
personal interest in financial
and ethical matters during
January 19-21 getting involved
at the grass roots level. Plans
are being made.
It is generally difficult for
Gemini natives to detach
themselves emotionally from
social and financial issues, with
this inclination being activated
during January 19-21.
January 19-21 highlight
Cancerian vulnerability, either
through error or poor health.
Take a moment to consider and
manage important personal
issues during this time.
Leos crave attention and
friendship, but their own
actions sometimes alienate
those they call friend. Enjoy life
during January 19-21 but take
care not to offend.
Virgoans sparkle in the public
arena when given the chance to
fully utilise their talents. Some
recognition and advancement is
indicated during January 19-21.
Libras' interest in advancement
leans towards education,
travel and legal affairs during
January 19-21. You will absorb
much information then so this
is a great time for students.
Your mind will be probing the
depths of the emotional frontier
during January 19-21. Money is
also motivated by emotion in
your eyes, need and greed, so
you'll be scrutinising activity.
You'll be able to explore
the emotional depth of
your relationships during
January 19-21 especially in a
close association such as a
marriage or a romance.
Others' problems are likely
to weigh on Capricorn souls
during January 19-21 even
though your controlled
presentation probably won't
give that impression.
January 19-21 bring a focus on
love and children for Aquarians,
involving you emotionally on
their behalf. Enjoyable times
can be shared with work
During January 19-21 there
are delightful moments to be
shared with family members
and children. This is an
excellent time for utilising your
creative skills in the home.
© ALISON MORONEY, 2015 | ASTROLOGER@ALISONMORONEY.COM
FILM REVIEW: THE REVENANT
Extreme survival challenge
Leonardo DiCaprio as Hugh Glass in The Revenant.
The big screen
Struggling against natural forces is as
fundamental as a story can get.
The Revenant confronts survival in
its most raw, brutal and savage state.
The Revenant is set in the 1820s in
the north-western wilds of America.
Hugh Glass, a trapper, understands and
knows his way in the wilderness
because he lived with the Pawnee. He
is the other trappers compass in these
These men are rugged and cruel. It s
the only way they will survive.
A modern equivalent would be the
humans who have volunteered to take
a one-way trip to Mars to colonise it.
They are both extreme examples of
In the 1820s, the wilderness was, as
one of the men -- and they are all men
-- describes it, "the end of the world".
When a bear mauls Glass savagely,
he is left for dead by two of the
trappers who were supposed to stay
with him until he died of his severe
wounds and then give him a proper
Glass survives and trudges across
the naked land in the heart of a brutal
winter seeking retribution.
Director Alejandro Gonzalez
Inarritu s crowning achievement in
The Revenant is his recreation of an
1820s wilderness in which men
challenge their personal stamina,
mental strength, wild animals, native
inhabitants and elemental forces to
scrape together a living.
You feel the cold. You sense the
danger. You experience the savagery.
At times, Inarritu provides survival
details that, if cut from the film, would
not change the look, feel or sensations
that are depicted. The mystical and
spiritual images involving Glass s wife
are repeated unnecessarily. We
understand that her vision inspires him
to survive the harsh land and cruel
treatment by humans. At times, the
film lectures the audience.
Apart from that, The Revenant will
transport you to a time and place that
was harsh and vicious.
Goldilocks brought to life for youngsters
It s a well-known tale about an
uninvited guest, however Goldilocks
and the Three Bears,onshowatthe
Queanbeyan Performing Arts Centre,
puts a twist on the original tale.
The production, suitable for
children up to 8 years old, is a musical
theatre show directed by Jordan Best
and it has plenty of lively song and
In some versions of the classic
story Goldilocks has her fill of
porridge and, after being found out, is
eaten by the bears -- but not this
Goldilocks and not these bears.
Faced with empty porridge bowls,
the bears don t entirely discount the
thought and erupt into song to
"Shall we shake her? Shall we bake
her? Make her quiver? Make her
shiver? Should we forgive her?
Expect a playful colourful theatre
experience as actors Jim Adamik,
Amy Dunham, Tim Sekuless and
Kikki Skoutzos take the stage.
The show was written by Peter Best,
famous for creating the music for
many television series and the iconic
Australian films Crocodile Dundee
and Muriel's Wedding.
Best has won a truckload of awards,
however it was in his capacity as father
and grandfather that he wrote this
musical for little kids.
Get along to see it live while it is in
town. Book for a matinee show at
10.30am from Tuesday to Sunday,
Tickets: $20, Children $15 or Family
Book: at the Q Box Office or by
calling 02 6285 6290.
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