Combined trilogy rating7/10
When you think of Sweden, what do you think off? An informal poll showed the most common responses to be:
Based on Swedish author Stieg Larsson’s books, the Millennium Trilogy will instead give you:
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Girl Who Played with Fire, and The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets’ Nest make up the Millennium Trilogy. The 3 Swedish films combined, are over 7 hours in length. The long format of the films really suit the multi-layered story. Viewed back to back it was an emotionally exhausting experience.
A group of friends were discussing these films and one of them said they wanted to read the books before watching the films. Another friend astutely wondered why that would be better than watching and then reading afterward. This made a lot of sense to me as it’s almost always more disappointing reading the book first. I’m glad I saw the movies first.
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Luftslottet som sprängdes (The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest, Millennium Trilogy 3/3) 2009 Sweden
[rating=7] 7/10 The third movie in the Millennium Trilogy explores the fallout of Lisbeth's previous discoveries. It winds down ...