The adventures of journalist Mikael Blomkvist and hacker Lisbeth Salander.
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 Lisbeth Salander 6 episodes, 2010
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 Mikael Blomkvist 6 episodes, 2010
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 Erika Berger 6 episodes, 2010
Sofia Ledarp ...
 Malin Erikson 6 episodes, 2010
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 Christer Malm 5 episodes, 2010
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 Nils Bjurman / ... 5 episodes, 2010
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 Holger Palmgren 4 episodes, 2010
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 Ronald Niedermann 4 episodes, 2010
Johan Kylén ...
 Jan Bublanski 4 episodes, 2010
Michalis Koutsogiannakis ...
 Dragan Armanskij 4 episodes, 2010
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 Hans Faste 4 episodes, 2010
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 Annika Giannini 4 episodes, 2010
Tomas Köhler ...
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 Sonja Modig 4 episodes, 2010
Pelle Bolander ...
 Sonny Nieminen 4 episodes, 2010
Niklas Hjulström ...
 Richard Ekström 4 episodes, 2010
Donald Högberg ...
 Holmberg / ... 4 episodes, 2010
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 Ung Lisbeth Salander 4 episodes, 2010
Georgi Staykov ...
 Zalachenko 3 episodes, 2010
Yasmine Garbi ...
 Mimmi Wu 3 episodes, 2010
Anders Ahlbom ...
 Peter Teleborian 3 episodes, 2010
Ralph Carlsson ...
 Gunnar Björk 3 episodes, 2010
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The adventures of journalist Mikael Blomkvist and hacker Lisbeth Salander.

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20 March 2010 (Sweden)  »

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Dragon Tattoo Trilogy  »

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(6 parts)

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16:9 HD
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The complete mini-series has been issued on Blu-ray & DVD in North America, but marketed as 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Trilogy: Extended Edition' and has a complete running time of 558 minutes. See more »

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Edited from The Girl Who Played with Fire (2009) See more »

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A tremendous improvement over the original film adaptation
28 December 2011 | by See all my reviews

As much as I loved the original film adaptation, and I definitely loved that, the six episode Swedish mini-series contains much more information, much more emotional depth and breadth, and is a much more rewarding experience for the viewer.

Even the addition of long slow closeups of Lisbeth Salander are filled with meaning, emotion, and add greatly to our understanding of her character and her history. Noomi Rapace knocked this one right out of the park. Often, her performance was so strong I found myself actually holding my breath.

With the additional scenes, not footage, by the way, actual intended scenes, we get more of the investigations, and that proves ultimately to be so much more rewarding.

The "Millennium Trilogy" may just end up being my all time favorite adaptation of one of my all time favorite series of novels.


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