The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest

The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest

Director: Daniel Alfredson Cast: Noomi Rapace, Michael Nyqvist, Annika Hallin

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Overview

The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest

Author Stieg Larsson's "Millennium Trilogy" winds to a close with The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest, director Daniel Alfredson's adaptation of the best-selling novel following punky protagonist Lisbeth Salander (Noomi Rapace) as she fights to prove that she's innocent of committing multiple murders. As Lisbeth lies in intensive care, the corrupt officials in high office attempt to take advantage of her incapacitated state by accusing her of murder. But fiercely independent Lisbeth isn't about to play the scapegoat, and the more her accusers work to ruin her life, the harder she and her loyal friend Mikael Blomkvist (Michael Nyqvist) must push back to prove them wrong.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/25/2011
UPC: 0705105743554
Original Release: 2009
Rating: R
Source: Music Box Films
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 2:09:00
Sales rank: 2,816

Special Features

Theatrical Trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Noomi Rapace Lisbeth Salander
Michael Nyqvist Mikael Blomkvist
Annika Hallin Annika Giannini
Per Oscarsson Holger Palmgren
Lena Endre Erika Berger
Peter Andersson Nils Bjurman
Jacob Ericksson Christer Malm
Sofia Ledarp Malin Eriksson
Johan Kylen Jan Bublanski
Tanja Lorentzon Sonja Modig
Mirja Turestedt Monica Figuerola
Anders Ahlbom Rosendahl Peter Teleborian
Magnus Krepper Hans Fastte
Michalis Koutsogiannakis Dragan Armanskij
Niklas Hjulstrom Richard Ekström
Hans Alfredson Evert Gullberg
Micke Spreitz Ronald Niedermann
Lennart Hjulström Actor
Gyorgi Staykov Alexander Zalachenko
Niklas Falk Actor
Tina Berg Nurse
Goran Sjogren Actor

Technical Credits
Daniel Alfredson Director
Jan Olof Ågren Production Designer
Jan-Olof Ägren Art Director
Tobias Åstrom Production Manager
Gunnar Carlsson Executive Producer,Production Manager
Lisa Eriksdotter Asst. Director
Anni Faurbye Fernandez Executive Producer
Jenny Fred Makeup
Jenny Gilbertsson Associate Producer
Jacob Groth Score Composer
Maria Haard Production Designer
Nalle Hansen Sound/Sound Designer
Anders Hörling Sound/Sound Designer
Hakan Karlsson Editor
Lone Korslund Executive Producer,Production Manager
Tusse Lande Casting
Love Larson Makeup
Peter Mokrosinski Cinematographer
Peter Nadermann Executive Producer
Cilla Rorby Costumes/Costume Designer
Ulf Ryberg Screenwriter
Ole Sondberg Executive Producer
Soren Staermose Producer
Kerstin Sundberg Asst. Director
Mikael Wallen Executive Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest
1. Scene 1 [5:22]
2. Scene 2 [8:23]
3. Scene 3 [6:36]
4. Scene 4 [11:03]
5. Scene 5 [7:48]
6. Scene 6 [10:40]
7. Scene 7 [10:17]
8. Scene 8 [9:47]
9. Scene 9 [10:21]
10. Scene 10 [10:39]
11. Scene 11 [11:34]
12. Scene 12 [11:29]
13. Scene 13 [10:30]
14. Scene 14 [8:05]
15. Scene 15 [9:22]
16. Scene 16 [4:51]
1. Scene 1 [5:22]
2. Scene 2 [8:23]
3. Scene 3 [6:36]
4. Scene 4 [11:03]
5. Scene 5 [7:48]
6. Scene 6 [10:40]
7. Scene 7 [10:17]
8. Scene 8 [9:47]
9. Scene 9 [10:21]
10. Scene 10 [10:39]
11. Scene 11 [11:34]
12. Scene 12 [11:29]
13. Scene 13 [10:30]
14. Scene 14 [8:05]
15. Scene 15 [9:22]
16. Scene 16 [4:51]

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The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
JimRGill2012 More than 1 year ago
This final installment in the cinematic version of the Millennium trilogy is something of a disappointment. As the last part of the fascinating story of Lisbeth Salander, the film provides a satisfying and credible conclusion to her tale of abuse, intrigue, espionage, and skullduggery. As a movie, however, the film falls flat—primarily because Stieg Larsson’s last book in the trilogy is packed with behind-the-scenes exposition and tons of internal monologues that simply don’t translate well to the screen. The plot details here are beside the point—if you’re a fan of the first two books and/or movies, you know the background and you know what’s come before, so there are really very few surprises. What’s missing from the film is the artistry and the drama that propelled the novel. The action scenes are few and far between, and they’re decidedly less than gripping. The Millennium trilogy, which started with such a bang, ends with a mere whimper.
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Reader734 More than 1 year ago
I went and bought this movie the day it came out and I ABSOLUTLY loved it! This movie went right along with the books. (which are amazing) The actors/actresses did a great portrayal as the characters. Noomi Rapace was amazing as Lisbeth Salander, I absolutly love her! Great movie and I highly recomend reading the books too!
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