- Actores: Peter Andersson, Michael Nyqvist, Noomi Rapace
- Formato: DVD, PAL, Pantalla ancha, Importación
- Audio: Italiano (Dolby Digital 2.0)
- Región: Todas las regiones
- Relación de aspecto: 1.85:1
- Número de discos: 3
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- Estudio: Bim
- Duración: 540 minutos
- Valoración media de los clientes: 4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Ver todas las opiniones (2 opiniones de clientes)
- ASIN: B006POGWJ8
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Millennium - La Serie Tv Completa (3 Dvd) [Italia]
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L'imperdibile serie tv integrale tratta dalla trilogia Millennium di Stieg Larsson, il fenomeno letterario dell'ultimo decennio. L'intrepido giornalista-detective Mikael Blomkvist e la conturbante hacker Lisbeth Salander si alleano per indagare sulla misteriosa scomparsa di una ragazza appartenente
La storia ambientata tra Stoccolma e la campagna svedese, vede protagonista Mikael Blomkvist, direttore della rivista Millennium a cui viene affidata un'indagine relativa alla scomparsa risalente a quarant'anni prima della nipote del famoso magnate ottantenne Henrik Vanger. Fondamentale nella storia l'altra protagonista, la giovanissima hacker con problemi di integrazione sociale: Lisbeth Salander, dal passato misterioso. Mikael e Lisbeth indagano insieme per scoprire la verità su Harriet Vanger, facendo venire alla luce gli sconvolgenti segreti della famiglia Vanger, la realtà sarà molto peggiore della loro più drastica immaginazione.
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First of all, this change of format not only doesn't harm the material, it actually enhances it. Given the extra room to breathe, the films are both richer and a much more palatable proposition. Whether by chance or design, each of the films also has a natural break-off point, where each episode can draw to a close; this allows the viewer to take in each story in easily digestible chunks whilst ensuring they are left desperate to find out what happens next. It's also important to stress that the story still maintains its cinematic feel.
Presented as one long six-part series, the Dragon Tattoo Trilogy: Extended Edition is broken down into three distinct sections, thus allowing the viewer to watch each film independently of the rest.
Each film in the trilogy is presented in a 1.78:1 anamorphic transfer, which obviously means the The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo has been cropped to fit with the aspect ratio of its sequels. This really makes little difference, however, and still delivers a fine-looking picture, with natural colors, high levels of detail, and solid blacks. The viewer has the choice of playing the movie in either its native Swedish, or, for those with an aversion to subtitles, English. Both options provide a clean, nicely balanced 5.1 mix.
This four-DVD set contains each film on separate discs, with the fourth disc reserved for supplemental materials. The bonus disc delivers two hours of features, and begins with "Millennium: The Story." Clocking in at 48 minutes, this documentary actually focuses on author Steig Larsson, and is an excellent insight into his work. Both Noomi Rapace, and her co-star Michael Nyqvist are each interviewed in separate featurettes, whilst notable members of the cast and crew also get to discuss the film in a further set of interviews. "Nidermann vs. Roberto" focuses on a fight scene from The Girl who Played with Fire. Finally there is a selection of trailers for each of the films.
Full review at dvdverdict.com
In "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo," take-no-prisoners journalist Mikael Blomkvist (Michael Nyqvist) has just lost his reputation, his savings and his freedom (hello, jail sentence!) after a nasty libel suit from an executive named Wennerström.
Then he's unexpectedly contacted by aged industrialist Henrik Vanger, to discover what happened to the guy's grandniece. He's offering evidence on Wennerström, so Mikael has no choice but to accept -- and as he investigates the sinister Vanger family, he joins forces with Lisbeth Salander (Noomi Rapace), an eccentric, abused computer hacker. And as Mikael unearths the clues to Harriet's disappearance, he also finds some skeletons long kept buried.
"The Girl Who Played With Fire" finds Mikael investigating sex trafficking in his own country, and young girls who are sold into it. Unknown to him, Lisbeth is keeping very close tabs on his work -- especially since she was abused as a child, and now plots revenge on the sex traffickers. But when she's accused of murder and ends up on the run, Mikael must discover what lies at the core of these crimes...
And finally, "The Girl Who Kicked The Hornets' Nest": Lisbeth has been shot in the head, her malevolent father Zalachenko is in the same hospital claiming that she tried to kill him, and some nasty government forces want her locked away, as she was as a child. Her only hope lies in Mikael, who must unravel a government conspiracy formed around the young hacker...
"The Stieg Larsson Trilogy" takes the usual mystery/thriller plots and promptly turns them on their heads. They take place in a dark, dangerous, unfair world where the truth is quashed and women are treated horribly -- and no one more so than the eccentric, angry "girl with the dragon tattoo."
And the movies translate Larsson's novels beautifully. Niels Arden Oplev gives a raw, bone-chilling power to the first movie; Daniel Alfredson doesn't have quite the same kinetic touch, but both men do brilliant jobs with their films. And they weave in some horribly disturbing scenes (the ghastly, helpless rape of Lisbeth by her corrupt "guardian" -- followed by a gleefully horrific scene where she gets her revenge).
And Mikael and Salander make an intriguing odd couple -- Nyquist's journalist starts world-weary and demoralized that he seems to care about nothing, but regains his passion for the truth. And Rapace is absolutely electric as Lisbeth, who is one of the most devastatingly brilliant characters in modern cinema -- she's a wild, bleeding creature hiding her bruises behind a mask of piercings and jet-dyed hair, and whose torn-up heart begins to heal when she meets Mikael.
"The Steig Larsson Trilogy" is a powerful trio of movies that never stops hitting you in the gut when you least expect it. Absolutely brilliant.
Each movie is on its own disc, and split between Part 1 and 2 for each movie. I assume that is how it was shown on Swedish TV. I've never seen the movie versions so I can't tell what the differences are in content.
All 3 features are available with the original Swedish language with English subtitles or an English language version.
The fourth disc has the special features and is 2 hrs, 2 minutes long. It includes a 53 minute documentary detailing the phenomenon of the Dragon Tattoo trilogy and the personal history of Stieg Larsson.
I've only watched the first disc and enjoyed it very much. Can't wait to watch the rest!
I won't rehash the plots of the 3 films, but I must mention the fine direction, writing, production design, cinematography, music, and the terrific cast, particularly the two leads. Michael Nyqvist and Noomi Rapace are so perfect together that I can't imagine anyone else playing these roles. (I wish Daniel Craig and Rooney Mara a lot of luck with the American remake--they have very big shoes to fill.) The scenery alone will have you booking the next flight to Sweden.
These DVDs are beautiful, with your choice of the original Swedish soundtracks with English subtitles or very well executed English-dubbed soundtracks. I prefer the Swedish--there's so much character detail conveyed by the actual actors' voices, even in a foreign language. And the extra DVD has 2 hours of documentaries, interviews and trailers. This trilogy of films (and books) is just about the best mystery series I've found in a long while. My only regret is that Stieg Larsson isn't around to bask in his well-deserved glory--and to continue the saga of Michael Blomqvist and Lisbeth Salander. Highly recommended.
My only complaint is there should have been more special features. I know there were still scenes not added into this extended edition. They could have put more deleted scenes on each disc. Maybe a commentary of some sort from the stars or the director. This is one fascinating show, would like to know and see more...
Even if you have the older theatrical cuts, get this newer version. If you are a fan of the series do yourself the favor. It is a blast!!