Some people aren't very happy with the investigation of the sex-trafficking ring since it involves some high powers in government, so Dag is murdered along with his girlfriend.
The prime suspect is Lisbeth since her fingerprints are on the murderous weapon that belonged to Bjurman who also is found murdered.
The original title of this second installment is Flickan Som Lekte Med Elden, which has the same meaning in English (the other two novels had the title changed in the translation, the first part The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo actually was titled The Men who Hate Women).The trilogy is being made into a movie in Hollywood now (directed by David Fincher), but I still recommend the original Swedish versions which are great films.Her body would close the circuit, sending the voltage through her as well, but there is no evidence of it shocking her at all.See more » ¨Now the girl with the dragon tattoo will play with fire.¨ The Girl Who Played with Fire is the second part of the Millennium trilogy from Stieg Larsson's novel which was a huge success in Sweden.I am glad they didn't change the actors because that would have been a mess.
Noomi Rapace has played one of the most interesting computer hackers I've seen on film.
I want to see if they investigate more on the sex-trafficking ring because it was not touched very much in this second movie.
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A lot of elements were left unconcluded and I am guessing they will address them in the third film.
I really liked The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo much more than The Girl Who Played with Fire, but I can't complain too much because I was still entertained by this decent thriller since I wanted to know more about these characters.
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