I JUST closed the last page of the Millenium triology.
Wow, I read "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" out of curiousity, because while I lived in Sweden, these were very popular movies.
That book was good, the movie was good, so I moved onto "The Girl Who Played with Fire". THAT was great, and the movie was great.
So accordingly I went to Hastings and bought "The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets Nest". Also, excellent.
That movie isn't available in the US yet, so I either have order a version (and struggle without subtitles) or wait until I move back to Sweden. Either way, I cannot wait!
These books and movies are really great, and the movies are great as well, so long as you don't hate reading subtitles. But hey, you get to listen to Swedish, and it's beautiful. ;) And Swedish people do it all the time when shows are American or from another country.
Fact: On Swedish television and movies, they never dub voices, unless it's meant for children who cannot read. As a matter of fact, I really miss the Swedish subtitles at the bottom of the screen!
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