The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2009)

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The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
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TitleThe Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
Original TitleMän som hatar kvinnor
Year2009
CountryDenmark, Germany, Norway, Sweden
GenreDetective (Movies)
CollectionSerial Killers
FranchiseMillennium Trilogy (2009)
Run Time3h 6 min
Director

In December 2002, journalist Mikael Blomkvist, publisher of independent magazine Millennium, loses a libel case involving unproven allegations that he published about billionaire financier Hans-Erik Wennerström, and is sentenced to three months in prison. Lisbeth Salander, a freelance surveillance agent and hacker, is hired by Henrik Vanger, the patriarch of the wealthy Vanger family, to conduct a background check on Blomkvist. Vanger then hires Blomkvist to investigate the disappearance of his niece, Harriet, who vanished on Children’s Day in 1966. Vanger believes that Harriet was murdered by a family member. Henrik explains that his brothers — Richard, Gottfried and Harald — are supporters of the Nazi regime. As Richard died in 1940, he is not a suspect. Her father, Gottfried, who is described as a heavy drinker, womanizer and wife beater, accidentally drowned in a lake a year prior to Harriet’s disappearance, so he isn’t a suspect either.

After his death, since Harriet’s mother seemed incapable of/uninterested in taking care of her children (Harriet and her older brother Martin) Henrik took responsibility for raising the two of them. Harald is a recluse who still clings to his strong Nazi views and is a suspect for the murder, as is Harriet’s mother and all the other family members who were present on that day. Henrik also shows Blomkvist a room whose walls are covered with pressed flowers. The first ones were gifts from Harriet, and since her disappearance, a flower has arrived each year from different places around the world. Henrik believes that Harriet’s killer is sending them to taunt him.

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Cast:

Michael Nyqvist Michael Nyqvist
Mikael Blomkvist
Noomi Rapace Noomi Rapace
Lisbeth Salander
Lena Endre Lena Endre
Erika Berger
Sven-Bertil Taube Sven-Bertil Taube
Henrik Vanger
Peter Haber Peter Haber
Martin Vanger
Peter Andersson Peter Andersson
Nils Bjurman
Marika Lagercrantz Marika Lagercrantz
Cecilia Vanger

In December 2002, journalist Mikael Blomkvist, publisher of independent magazine Millennium, loses a libel case involving unproven allegations that he published about billionaire financier Hans-Erik Wennerström, and is sentenced to three months in prison. Lisbeth Salander, a freelance surveillance agent and hacker, is hired by Henrik Vanger, the patriarch of the wealthy Vanger family, to conduct a background check on Blomkvist. Vanger then hires Blomkvist to investigate the disappearance of his niece, Harriet, who vanished on Children’s Day in 1966. Vanger believes that Harriet was murdered by a family member. Henrik explains that his brothers — Richard, Gottfried and Harald — are supporters of the Nazi regime. As Richard died in 1940, he is not a suspect. Her father, Gottfried, who is described as a heavy drinker, womanizer and wife beater, accidentally drowned in a lake a year prior to Harriet’s disappearance, so he isn’t a suspect either.

After his death, since Harriet’s mother seemed incapable of/uninterested in taking care of her children (Harriet and her older brother Martin) Henrik took responsibility for raising the two of them. Harald is a recluse who still clings to his strong Nazi views and is a suspect for the murder, as is Harriet’s mother and all the other family members who were present on that day. Henrik also shows Blomkvist a room whose walls are covered with pressed flowers. The first ones were gifts from Harriet, and since her disappearance, a flower has arrived each year from different places around the world. Henrik believes that Harriet’s killer is sending them to taunt him.

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