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The Girl Who Played With Fire

Synopsis

As Millennium fever takes hold on New Zealand after the acclaimed and phenomenonally successful ‘The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo’, Larsson’s trilogy ignites in thrilling fashion with this second instalment.

Michael Nyqvist and Noomi Rapace continue to play the leading roles. Stylish, intelligent, dark and action-packed, Stieg Larsson’s Millennium Trilogy will usher in the new thriller for the new decade... As computer hacker Lisbeth and journalist Mikael investigate a sextrafficking ring, Lisbeth is accused of three murders, causing her to go on the run while Mikael works to clear her name.

(2nd part of the Millenium Triologie)

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Starring

Michael Nyqvist, Noomi Rapace, Lena Endre, Peter Andersson

Directed by

Daniel Alfredson

Written by

Stieg Larsson

Country Of Origin

Sweden | Denmark | Germany

Language

Swedish

Empire Magazine

"Entertaining and powerful"

News Of The World

"Noomi Rapace returns as our hero Lisbeth Salander, and is just as great as she was last time."

Atlantic City Weekly

"Lisbeth Salander is one of the most fascinating movie characters in decades."

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