The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest
Saturday, June 18 - Sunday, June 19, 2016
Marathon the Millennium Trilogy with a “Cold Cases Trilogy Pass” and get a special discount ticket price of $25 ($15 for members) for all three films! Discount tickets good for trilogy films viewed same day only. Films within a trilogy viewed over multiple days do not qualify. Just select a ticket for the first showing in a trilogy—Sun Jun 19 at 12:25pm—and choose the appropriate $25/$15 ticket type when purchasing online; Trilogy tickets also available at the box office.
“With all the buzz around David Fincher’s upcoming American take on Stieg Larsson’s Swedish phenom, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, you might forget the Swedes themselves have filmed all three parts of the late Larsson’s bestselling trilogy, including Dragon Tattoo, The Girl Who Played With Fire and The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest. They’re damn fine films. Get over your fear of subtitles and you’re in for a treat. All the films star the incandescent Noomi Rapace as Lisbeth Salander, the pierced, tattooed hacker in leather who helps journalist Mikael Blomkvist (a stellar Michael Nyqvist) uncover a conspiracy that eats at the Swedish soul. Hornet’s Nest is talky but indisputably terrific, and it ends in a dazzling display of courtroom fireworks. Rapace is hot stuff in any language. Oscar, take heed.” –Rolling Stone
Part of the series Cold Cases: The Department Q Trilogy & the New Nordic Noir
- Country Sweden/Denmark
- Language In Swedish with English subtitles
- Year 2009
- Running Time 147 minutes
- Director Daniel Alfredson
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