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4/19/2014: Contents: The forum


BY coincidence, two movies about infidelity are showing at the cinema — The Invisible Woman and The Other Woman — and you don’t want to get them confused or you’ll end up seeing lots of boobs and bikinis when you were expecting a bonnets-and-bustles...


4/19/2014: Contents: this (fortunate) life

THE year was 1942. The egregiously acquisitive Hitler was urging his troops on to further and further victory over other nations. Despite her Aryan appearance, a 10-year-old girl called Sarah was among the thousands of Jewish people rounded up by the...


4/19/2014: Contents: The mind games quiz

Answers & more Mind Games on pages 30-31 1. What is the full name of the organisation called RSPCA? 2. Tuesday Night Music Club was the 1993 debut album by which artist? 3. Who wrote the 1961 novel Catch-22? 4. What alcoholic beverage is added to...


4/19/2014: Theatre: SHAKESPEARE, FOREVER


In a minute there are many days — Romeo and Juliet LAST year I directed Bell Shakespeare’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. We played to more than 10,000 students in Sydney and Melbourne and received countless letters from students after the...


4/19/2014: Theatre: WILLIAM, WORDSMITH

A selection of everyday Bardisms that have stood the test of time Wild-goose chase Romeo Mercutio: and “Nay, Juliet, 1592 if thy wits run the wild-goose chase, I have done, for thou hast more of the wild-goose in one of thy wits than, I am sure, I...


4/19/2014: Cover Story: MONKEY BUSINESS


ALEX Turner is doing his best to stifle a few early morning yawns after one of the biggest nights of his professional life. The 28-yearold Arctic Monkeys frontman and songwriter can be forgiven a little weariness, given he and his colleagues have been...


4/19/2014: Feature: THE WAR, AT HOME


WE children of the 1920s and 30s didn’t need to be told by our parents that the angel of death had been abroad throughout the land: we had almost heard the beating of his wings. We were the generation whose fathers, uncles, and sometimes elder brothers...


4/19/2014: Visual Arts: INKED IN THE MIND


Rome: Piranesi’s Vision State Library of Victoria, Melbourne, until June 22 IN the first of his youthful poems known as the Eclogues, Virgil has a shepherd telling another of his visit to the city of Rome. Tityrus used to imagine the capital, he...


4/19/2014: Visual Arts: public works


eX de Medici, Australia, Special Forces (Everywhere Current), Veg Pattern, 2007, 2010. Drawn in Canberra, 2010. Collection of the Australian War Memorial. Purchased in 2011. On display, Australian War Memorial, Canberra, until September. IN March...


4/19/2014: Music Reviews: Spin doctor


IT may seem a bit early to be talking about songs of the year, but the Australasian Performing Right Association doesn’t see it that way. This week the industry body, which represents the interests of Australian songwriters and composers, issued a list...


4/19/2014: Music Reviews: world


A Long Way to the Beginning Seun Kuti + Egypt 80 Cartell Music FELA Kuti may have shuffled off to meet his maker back in the late 1990s, but the Nigerian Afrobeat flame he ignited burns brighter than ever on the world stage, courtesy of two of his...


4/19/2014: Music Reviews: country


Carter Girl Carlene Carter Rounder/UMA CARLENE Carter is third-generation country music royalty. Despite having written and recorded much fine music, the 58-year-old has spent most of that time in the long shadow cast by her grandmother (Mother...


4/19/2014: Music Reviews: pop/soul


Nose Dive Saskwatch Northside/Remote Control DESPITE its title, Nose Dive is almost all upside and upbeat. The second studio album from this Melbourne nine-piece band, which started as a busking outfit outside Melbourne’s Flinders Street Station and...


4/19/2014: Music Reviews: jazz


Place to Be Alex Stuart Gaya Music GUITARIST Alex Stuart graduated from the Australian National University in Canberra in 2005 and moved to Paris, where he released his debut quartet album Around in 2011. This new collection retains saxophonist...


4/19/2014: Music Reviews: jazz


Backblocks Sam Bates Trio Newmarket MELBOURNE drummer and composer Sam Bates’s trio released its debut album, Singularity, in 2010 and has now recorded this follow-up. Bates’s prolific compositions confirm an observation by US trumpeter Clark Terry...


4/19/2014: Film: SECRET LIFE OF DICKENS


RALPH Fiennes didn’t have any preconceptions about taking on the role of Charles Dickens. After all, the Victorian English novelist hasn’t been the subject of any definitive film about his life. “So in a way there’s clear water,” Fiennes...


4/19/2014: Film Reviews: Nature in the nurture


WE have all read accounts of babies being mixed up at birth and given to the wrong mothers — usually the result of hospital error. Tabloids and television soaps thrive on such stories, whether real or fictional, and for many writers they are the stuff...


4/19/2014: Film Reviews: Dvd letterbox


THE Academy Award nominees continue their slow releases on to DVD and download, and the results aren’t always satisfying. This week, American Hustle is ready for your judgment. Mine? Not so positive. David O. Russell’s fictionalisation of a 1970s...


4/19/2014: Film Reviews: LITTLE TO LAUGH AT


THERE’S a scene in the new chickflick comedy, The Other Woman, that seems to typify post- Bridesmaids Hollywood: Mark (Nikolaj CosterWaldau), a married man and serial womaniser, is given a cocktail laced with laxatives by Carly (Cameron Diaz), one of...


4/19/2014: Books: OUR ONLY AND MOST LOYAL SPECTATORS


The Bones Soul of Camel Died 1892, Australia THE three of us were nodding off around the campfire, the queen’s yellow bones in a sack beside my owner, when I saw the goanna watching us again, the same one that had stalked us through the bush for...


4/19/2014: Books: On the path to inequality


Capital in the Twenty-First Century By Thomas Piketty Belknap Press, 696pp, $59.95 (HB) WHAT do we really know about how wealth and income have evolved since the 18th century and what lessons can we take from that for centuries to come? For Thomas...


4/19/2014: Books: We lost the Landing, not British blimps

Lost Boys of Anzac: First to Join, First to Fight, First to Die By Peter Stanley NewSouth, 368pp, $34.99 ANZAC Day is sometimes proposed as a replacement for the problematic Australia Day. It would not be a wise move. A celebration of yet another...


4/19/2014: Books: White knight in white shoe land


Jacks and Jokers By Matthew Condon UQP, 466pp, $29.95 “THAT’S astounding,” said Queensland police commissioner Ray Whitrod on hearing the Bjelke-Petersen cabinet had promoted inspector Terry Lewis to assistant commissioner. Did the government not...


4/19/2014: Books: So much time


Ibreathed April 19-20, 2014 N her mother’s room, half-lying across the bed, Zoe pulled an awkward-looking book from the pile on the table beside her. Press cuttings. Her left hand held the cover open. Already her fingerprints would have smudged her...


4/19/2014: Books: Novel novel turns the page


HE is getting a bit long in the tooth to be described as a wunderkind, so perhaps we should give in and call JJ Abrams a phenomenon. Creator of television shows such as Lost and Alias as well as writer and director of feature films ranging from...


4/19/2014: Books: Cartoon guy shoots and misses in spoof


A Million Ways to Die in the West By Seth MacFarlane Canongate, 208pp, $24.99 (HB) SETH MacFarlane is a monster of success. He’s the man behind the multi-billion-dollar Family Guy cartoon empire. He wrote and produced a wildly popular film called Ted,...


4/19/2014: Television: AUSSIE FAMILY


‘Y OU could hardly appreciate the comic if you felt yourself isolated,” Henri Bergson wrote, going straight to the matter’s heart. “Laughter appears to stand in need of an echo.” I think of this while watching two of TV’s great comics work together one...


4/19/2014: Television: Week’s best films


WITH Easter and Anzac Day competing for screen time this week, viewers are rewarded with a generous mix of grim war movies and seasonal crowd-pleasers. Easter Parade (Sunday, 4.15pm, Gem), this column’s second favourite musical, is crammed with...


4/19/2014: Television: pick of the week


The Gods of Wheat Street Saturday, 8.30pm, ABC 1 There’s a lot going on at 14 Wheat Street, Casino, in northern NSW. This is the story of the Freeburns, a contemporary extended Aboriginal family. At the head is Odin (Kelton Pell — The Circuit,...


4/19/2014: Television: Quick bites


Bend It Like Beckham Saturday, 7pm, Seven A good choice for a holiday weekend. This 2002 comedy-drama about Jess (Parminder Nagra), the teenage daughter of traditional Indian parents living in London and mad about soccer, has the distinction of being...


4/19/2014: Television: pick of the week


Jesus: The Cold Case Saturday, 7.30pm, History Multi-award-winning New Zealand documentary maker Bryan Bruce wears many hats. With a sociology, psychology and philosophy degree under his arm, he taught for 10 years and was a professional musician for...


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