The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
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This, Das Boot and Scent of Green Papaya great films in different languages. Accept no substitutes

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Amazing action film. A must watch for any fan of the genre.

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No comparison to David Fincher's remake which was released just two years later. This was an well told, engaging story with a great cast.

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Gripping story and powerful acting. Five stars.

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Absolutely wonderful. Brilliantly made, Noomi Rapace plays her perfectly. I was hugely disappointed with the American version, can't recommend this movie enough.

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The suspense kept me all the time focused on the movie. Great one!

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Yes, saw this first and so glad you have this version - much better than the American remake

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Not Fincher's American film, which is stronger. But still a good film. The next two get worse and worse.

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Awesome gritty mystery. I think it's the best of the trilogy and I prefer it to the American remake. It's smart, consistently entertaining and Noomi Rapace is fantastic.

James avatar

Agreed! So glad Kanopy is making this great trilogy available; these are far superior to the American remakes. Any chance you can add Trollhunter to the collection? A 2010 Norwegian fantasy film made in the form of a "found footage" mockumentary. It is funny, surprising, terrifying, and ...Read more

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Thank you for your recommendation! We have passed this on to our Licensing Team.

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