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FOR WEEK BEGINNING
SEPTEMBER 29, 2015
This time tends to be rather emotional for
you. Wednesday and Thursday bring plenty
of action: both work and play. You seem to
particularly enjoy these events as you thirst
for adventure. Many Arians will indulge in
buying something stylish for the home or a
family member during October 1, 2, even if it
is only something small. You derive pleasure
in doing so.
September 30 and October 1 are busy
days for Taureans as there are many small
tasks requiring your attention. An issue of
finance could be the topic of discussion.
The pleasantries of daily life seem to carry
you along upon routine pathways during
October 1, 2, bringing you into contact with
familiar faces and places.
PThere is likely to be news during Wednesday
and Thursday concerning a social event
or special occasion. This is more likely to
focussed on a child, recreational interest or
sporting event. During October 1, 2, Gemini
will be getting a handle on any problems
they may have. They seem to have the right
attitude for managing difficult issues.
There's plenty to do at home during
Wednesday and Thursday: mostly time-
consuming routines. Telephone calls and
paper work are also important in connection
with property. People and places engage
your interest during October 1, 2, making for
delightful social interactions. Under such
influences, you find it easier to get ahead.
You will be propelled along by the hum of
life during September 30 and October 1. The
telephone won't stop ringing and there'll
be plenty of paperwork to put behind you.
Leonine characters tend to feel out of place
in situations that develop during October 1,
2, perhaps because you were not informed of
the exact nature of events.
Discussions, plans and activities focus
around income or finances in general during
September 30 and October 1. You're looking
at the overall picture and need to address
some problems too. You'll just love learning,
listening, reading and travelling during
October 1, 2. Such activities and interests will
bring many small rewards and opportunities
There are a few concerns which require your
personal attention during September 30
and October 1. There won't be much time for
putting your feet up unless you're not well.
There are times when you have doubts about
whether you are on the right path or not and
October 1, 2 are some such days. You'll be
looking for answers.
Private discussions are indicated at some
time during the course of Wednesday and
Thursday. These may relate to a personal
goal or career as you wade through a
few problems. Your mind is stimulated by
contact with people during October 1, 2, but
especially by someone close. Your levels of
optimism soar to new heights by being in
You enjoy many aspects of life then.
September 30 and October 1 are socially
active days for the average Sagittarian.
The exchange of ideas also assists you in
a personal endeavour. October 1, 2 bring
a round of tasks which may be somewhat
bothersome, but essential. You need to clear
the decks to make way for new jobs.
It's nice to hear that you'll be having an
active time in the course of your business
life. Discussions with a parent or authority
figure could also be on the agenda.
Romantic inclinations are aroused during
October 1, 2, as well as any creative instincts.
This is also a good time for developing
talents, enjoying life, or spending it with
September 30 and October 1 are excellent
days for learning as you will be mentally
focused and ready to explore new ideas: good
for travel and communication too. Aquarians
will be happiest doing the regular stuff they
need to do around the home during October 1,
2, such as cooking, cleaning, maintaining
There is likely to be some form of news
on a financial matter during Wednesday
and Thursday, most likely involving a loan,
taxation, insurance matter or will. Delightful
exchanges of ideas dominate October 1, 2,
perhaps spawning new plans and activities.
These trends give Pisces the opportunity to
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FILM REVIEW: SICARIO
Potent film about cartels
The violence in Sicario is brutal but never sensationalised.
The big screen
From the opening scene of a police
ram-raid on a drug house run by a
Mexican drug cartel that hides a
hideous secret, to the final
confrontation between shadowy
Alejandro and FBI agent Kate Mercer,
Sicario is unyielding in the tension it
Kate (Emily Blunt) is an idealistic
FBI agent recruited by a government
team, led by the devil-may-care Matt
(Josh Brolin) and his indeterminate
colleague Alejandro (Benicio Del
Toro), to strike at the heart of the drug
cartels. She wants to make a difference
and jumps at the chance.
For most of the movie she is in the
dark regarding Matt and Alejandro's
mission, their motives and the shifting
moral compass they use to guide their
incursions. Kate discovers that justice
is not always clear-cut. Alejandro's
weary realism runs head-on into
Kate's idealistic honesty.
She is told the first operation will be
in El Paso, Texas, but ends up in
Juarez, Mexico. This is the beginning
of a series of incidents that stretch the
limits of her moral fibre.
There are no easy answers. Matt is
definitively not what he says.
Alejandro's past has transformed
him. He is both a guardian angel and
an avenging harpy. His calm and
deliberate demeanour masks a
calculating and ruthless intent.
Nothing will make him stray from
vanquishing his enemies. Del Toro is
superbly menacing in the role.
With a grating soundtrack that
underscores the visuals, your nerves
will be frazzled. You will be repulsed
by the unbridled horror inflicted by the
drug cartels. You will need all your
fortitude to watch Sicario. The
violence is brutal yet never
Director Denis Villeneuve's ability
to maintain levels of intensity carries
the film to a different level.
Sicario tackles the issue of whether
we want to know what is done in order
to secure our freedom so we can sleep
peacefully at night. It's a potent film.
BANG A BOOMERANG
Bjorn Again: from Putin to Canberra
Bjorn Again will unleash an explosive
night of entertainment for Abba
aficionados as part of their Bang a
Boomerang tour on Saturday at The
This stellar tribute group, founded
in Australia in 1988, are the only Abba
show endorsed by members of the
Swedish hit group.
In an interview with BBC UK
Abba's Benny Andersson said Abba
will never reform, it's impossible, but
go see Bjorn Again -- they're the next
Bjorn Again has performed at
Wembley Stadium, Sydney Opera
House and The Royal Albert Hall and
had festival-goers singing in chorus at
Glastonbury. The group has supported
the Spice Girls, played at Russell
Crowe's wedding and at private shows
for world famous names, such as Bill
Gates and Vladimir Putin.
Catch them in the capital this
Saturday from 8pm. Tickets
$49.50 -$69.50 at
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