The third movie in the Millennium Trilogy explores the fallout of Lisbeth’s previous discoveries. It winds down from the previous two high octane films. Think less action and more Law & Order SVU. It provides much needed closure to many unresolved threads introduced earlier. Even though we don’t see as many flashbacks as the previous movies, they’re still disturbing.
All the story lines culminate into a secret conspiracy. The guilty are so keen on protecting their secrets, they ignored any crime committed against Lisabeth, regardless of how frequent or heinous the offense. The perpetrators are desperately trying to keep their house of cards togther. It’s very satisfying to see it all crumble.
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Flickan som lekte med elden (The Girl Who Played with Fire, Millennium Trilogy 2/3) 2009 Sweden
Rating [rating=6] 6/10 Second in the Millennium Trilogy, The Girl Who Played With Fire builds and expands upon the ...