Tattoo You

I’m mostly cool with Niels Arden Oplev‘s The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, the Danish-Swedish thriller that’s finally opening in the U.S. on 3.19. I have a slight beef, however, with the over-hypers, particularly the views of a friend, Jeffrey Ressner, that I recently posted.


Girl With The Dragon Tattoo director Niels Arden Oplev, star Noomi Rapace — Wednesday, 2.24, 5:55 pm at Manhattan’s Park Regency hotel.

Ressner called it “the best movie of the year thus far…in the same vein of gripping genre genius as Let The Right One InThe Silence of the Lambs with a punk-rock Clarice.”

Dragon Tattoo is fine for what it is (particularly during the first and second acts) but it’s hardly a relative of The Silence of the Lambs. If anything it’s a cousin of The DaVinci Code. It’s not so much a character-driven emotion piece (certainly not by Silence standards) as much as a high-throttle Nordic whodunit.

For the time being I’m calling it a combination female payback/revenge movie against male oppression and misogny (which star Noomi Rapace plays to the hilt) plus an airport-lounge whodunit page-turner — plot, clue, plot, clue, plot, clue…and then more plot-clue.

I’m getting kicked out of the Starbucks I’m sitting in (the weenies are closing at 5 pm because of the snowstorm — tell that to the Starbucks employees living in Moscow) but I’ll be posting a video interview later tonight.

71 thoughts on “Tattoo You

  1. It will be interesting to see this and how it is the same/differs with the novel. Doubt it will get many places until DVD availability though.

  2. It will be interesting to see this and how it is the same/differs with the novel. Doubt it will get many places until DVD availability though.

  3. Fair enough, but are you really going to dispute the “best movie of the year so far” line?

    Seriously, what has been more engrossing over the past (almost) 2 months? Daybreakers? The Tooth Fairy??

    C’mon.

  4. Fair enough, but are you really going to dispute the “best movie of the year so far” line?

    Seriously, what has been more engrossing over the past (almost) 2 months? Daybreakers? The Tooth Fairy??

    C’mon.

  5. Can I ask a question?

    How is it everyone here seems to have read this book? PCP in comment one is all “Interesting to see how it differs from the book”? What book?

    In the other thread about this, seemed like 80% of the commenters were on about how they’re so stoked because of the novel. Like, where the fuck are you guys HEARING about DANISH MYSTERY NOVELS published IN ANOTHER LANGUAGE?

    And who has time to READ ANYWAY? I see four movies in theaters a week, work 70 hours a week, and watch four or five DVDs plus four or five hours of regular TV programming on the DVR…. Who has time to crack open a novel? What is this, 1800? And even if you do, where and HOW did you hear about THIS novel? Is it even in English?

    Or is this just the poseury film geek thing where anytime a new movie drops, geeks have to be THE EXPERT, so they seek out the novel a few weeks before the movie, or they Netflix some obscure British BBC miniseries a new movie’s based on?

    I swear 100% of movie blog people were on about Edge of Darkness from British TV… Like, where are you seeing this or why would it occur to you to check it out, other than the flashy remake?

  6. Can I ask a question?

    How is it everyone here seems to have read this book? PCP in comment one is all “Interesting to see how it differs from the book”? What book?

    In the other thread about this, seemed like 80% of the commenters were on about how they’re so stoked because of the novel. Like, where the fuck are you guys HEARING about DANISH MYSTERY NOVELS published IN ANOTHER LANGUAGE?

    And who has time to READ ANYWAY? I see four movies in theaters a week, work 70 hours a week, and watch four or five DVDs plus four or five hours of regular TV programming on the DVR…. Who has time to crack open a novel? What is this, 1800? And even if you do, where and HOW did you hear about THIS novel? Is it even in English?

    Or is this just the poseury film geek thing where anytime a new movie drops, geeks have to be THE EXPERT, so they seek out the novel a few weeks before the movie, or they Netflix some obscure British BBC miniseries a new movie’s based on?

    I swear 100% of movie blog people were on about Edge of Darkness from British TV… Like, where are you seeing this or why would it occur to you to check it out, other than the flashy remake?

  7. LexG, the simple answer is that most blog people are full of shit. Thanks to Google, we can pretend to be experts about almost anything. But some of us are actually interested in obscure things, obscure in America anyway. I’ve been on a Henning Mankel kick lately, he’s a Swedish writer, best known for his crime novels.

    Girl With the Dragon Tattoo has been translated to English. I haven’t read it. I see where you’re coming from, if you are a movie fanatic then it would be hard to squeeze in a book. I do recommend it though, it does your brain some good.

  8. LexG, the simple answer is that most blog people are full of shit. Thanks to Google, we can pretend to be experts about almost anything. But some of us are actually interested in obscure things, obscure in America anyway. I’ve been on a Henning Mankel kick lately, he’s a Swedish writer, best known for his crime novels.

    Girl With the Dragon Tattoo has been translated to English. I haven’t read it. I see where you’re coming from, if you are a movie fanatic then it would be hard to squeeze in a book. I do recommend it though, it does your brain some good.

  9. Once I saw a woman at a strip club with a huge dragon tattoo riding up on her inner thigh with the dragon’s tongue going – well you know where.

  10. Once I saw a woman at a strip club with a huge dragon tattoo riding up on her inner thigh with the dragon’s tongue going – well you know where.

  11. Kaned:

    Shutter Island, Frozen, Book of Eli, Leap Year, Dear John, From Paris with Love, Edge of Darkness, The Good Guy, and SURELY Ghost Writer (only one of that lot I haven’t seen yet) are all great to good to at least solid… I don’t know if they’re better than this Tattoo bullshit, but I’d have to imagine at least Ghost Writer and Green Zone will be better.

    I just get a little tired of this snotty, smug, “no appreciation for B movies or disreputable fun” vibe that permeates film thought, like you can safely write off anything released in the first few months, or that something pulpy like “Daybreakers” is worth dismissing out of hand.

    If “Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” was THE EXACT SAME MOVIE but an American release with American stars, none of you guys would go near it with a ten foot pole. In fact, not to sound like DZ, but from the looks of the trailer, it would be that Diane Lane torture-serial killer movie from two winters ago.

    But it’s FOREIGN and thus instantly worth more consideration than the Hughes Brothers and Denzel, or apparently even MARTY AND LEO.

    Watching foreign movies is like watching the fucking WNBA. As always, I’ll wait till they remake it with good-looking Americans I can tell apart.

  12. Kaned:

    Shutter Island, Frozen, Book of Eli, Leap Year, Dear John, From Paris with Love, Edge of Darkness, The Good Guy, and SURELY Ghost Writer (only one of that lot I haven’t seen yet) are all great to good to at least solid… I don’t know if they’re better than this Tattoo bullshit, but I’d have to imagine at least Ghost Writer and Green Zone will be better.

    I just get a little tired of this snotty, smug, “no appreciation for B movies or disreputable fun” vibe that permeates film thought, like you can safely write off anything released in the first few months, or that something pulpy like “Daybreakers” is worth dismissing out of hand.

    If “Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” was THE EXACT SAME MOVIE but an American release with American stars, none of you guys would go near it with a ten foot pole. In fact, not to sound like DZ, but from the looks of the trailer, it would be that Diane Lane torture-serial killer movie from two winters ago.

    But it’s FOREIGN and thus instantly worth more consideration than the Hughes Brothers and Denzel, or apparently even MARTY AND LEO.

    Watching foreign movies is like watching the fucking WNBA. As always, I’ll wait till they remake it with good-looking Americans I can tell apart.

  13. Lex, I’ll never understand why a guy who seems as bright as you can say things like this:

    “Who has time to crack open a novel? What is this, 1800?”

    “Watching foreign movies is like watching the fucking WNBA. As always, I’ll wait till they remake it with good-looking Americans I can tell apart.”

  14. Lex, I’ll never understand why a guy who seems as bright as you can say things like this:

    “Who has time to crack open a novel? What is this, 1800?”

    “Watching foreign movies is like watching the fucking WNBA. As always, I’ll wait till they remake it with good-looking Americans I can tell apart.”

  15. Just ONCE as a litmus test of film-geek poseurism, I’d LOVE to see Niels Von Van Flglevnbrjorg on Sweden do a shot-for-shot remake of LEGION starring Vna Voorderven instead of Dennis Quaid, just so I can see every fat guy with a goatee tell me how’s the greatest horror movie ever made.

    Or Boong Son Park do a similar “Gus Van Sant Psycho” remake of STREET KINGS starring all Korean no-name actors, because then suddenly what was dismissable pulp in America would be a MASTERPIECE OF DEPTH AND COMPLEXITY.

    Deep down, you guys all read enough film boards and blogs and are maybe guilty of this yourselves to know I am 100% right.

    If Brooklyn’s Finest had an Asian director and Chinese guys instead of black guys, Devin and AICN would already be issuing love letters to it, instead of it being a “hood” movie they can smugly dismiss.

  16. Just ONCE as a litmus test of film-geek poseurism, I’d LOVE to see Niels Von Van Flglevnbrjorg on Sweden do a shot-for-shot remake of LEGION starring Vna Voorderven instead of Dennis Quaid, just so I can see every fat guy with a goatee tell me how’s the greatest horror movie ever made.

    Or Boong Son Park do a similar “Gus Van Sant Psycho” remake of STREET KINGS starring all Korean no-name actors, because then suddenly what was dismissable pulp in America would be a MASTERPIECE OF DEPTH AND COMPLEXITY.

    Deep down, you guys all read enough film boards and blogs and are maybe guilty of this yourselves to know I am 100% right.

    If Brooklyn’s Finest had an Asian director and Chinese guys instead of black guys, Devin and AICN would already be issuing love letters to it, instead of it being a “hood” movie they can smugly dismiss.

  17. Although I haven’t seen The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, I would be surprised if it was better than Shutter Island or Ghost Writer.

  18. Although I haven’t seen The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, I would be surprised if it was better than Shutter Island or Ghost Writer.

  19. Arch451. Prepare to be surprised. It’s even better.

    Anyone know when the 2nd and 3rd movie in this series open in the US?

  20. Arch451. Prepare to be surprised. It’s even better.

    Anyone know when the 2nd and 3rd movie in this series open in the US?

  21. Sorry, Lex, I can’t go with you on that one. You’re right in the sense that foreign films seem to have a pre-packaged aura of authenticity and sharpness because it’s not a “hollywood” film, but most of the time, that instinct turns out to be valid.

    I just watched “Revanche” on Criterion’s Blu-ray and while I wasnt’ a HUGE fan of it, there just aren’t any American films like it – none.

    And if you had set foot in a Borders or a Barnes & Noble in the past, oh…two years or so (or hell a Target for that matter) than you would know that this book/series is EVERYWHERE.

  22. Eh…you know that analogy you made a few posts back that you instantly declared “the worst ever?” That WNBA thing was worse, lol.

    I don’t know about Ghost Writer (still unreleased here…dammit), but sight unseen I can almost guarantee it’s better than Leap Year or From Paris with Love (which is written, directed, and produced by Frenchmen, btw…as long as it’s not all subtitled, right?).

    I don’t even know what a SINGLE guy like you is doing going to see movies like The Good Guy and Dear John alone in a theater. It’s more manly to watch a Pixar cartoon, frankly.

    I haven’t seen Frozen but I kinda feel the same way about these annually over-acclaimed pieces of shit that constantly come dribbling out of Sundance that you do about foreign films.

    And finally, from all accounts TGWTDT does appear to be a fun piece of genre-filmmaking. So I’m not exactly sure what you’re railing against here.

    Then again, the first 3-4 months of moviegoing are always my least favorite so I had a pretty hard time relating to your “stock rant” above. Generally speaking, I probably see more movies in theaters during the month of October than I do the entire first 1/3 of the year. You’re the first person I can recall that actually takes a different stance on this issue.

  23. I’m actually a fan of both ‘Ghost Writer’ and ‘Shutter Island’, certainly the two best films that I’ve seen so far this year.

  24. And, wait a minute, Lex, you make a comment about how the AICN guys would be championing an Asian directed Brooklyn’s Finest and then pump up the biggest AICN wank-fest so far this year in FROZEN?

  25. That’s a valid argument, Lex, but I don’t think it’s all posing for some intellectual badge-of-honor. You can slap subtitles on anything and think you understand it, but so much gets lost in translation. I’m not talking strictly about dialogue, but cultural elements. Just like you get turned off because it’s not your culture or your language, someone else might overpraise a film because of their ignorance of the culture.

    Another factor could be that by constantly reading the subtitles, your eyes are missing a good chunk of what’s actually on screen. In a dialogue-heavy film, you might not notice that the framing was really clunky. That can affect one’s judgment of any foreign-language film, one way or another.

  26. If you think THE GOOD GUY is some romcom chick flick, you’re wrong, Kaned. It’s as manly as Boiler Room and Glengarry Glenn Ross, and what it’s really about isn’t remotely hinted at by its posters and campaign. It’s closer to LaBute than it is to Valentine’s Day.

    January-April movies rule. October does too. They are one in the same — B movies and middling star vehicles.

    Lex RULE OF THUMB: ANY movie shot in 2.35:1, it is YOUR DUTY to see it in a theater. ANY MOVIE rated R, same. ANY MOVIE with violence, same. THOSE ARE THE RULES. If you didn’t go to see BOOK OF ELI, an ultraviolent DENZEL-fronted HUGHES BROTHERS movie in the spirit of Escape From New York and Leone, you have NO BUSINESS ever talking about film ever again. THAT IS WHAT IT IS ALL ABOUT: Violence, widescreen, shooting, gunfire, hot chicks. If you write off this whole season, you don’t “love” films in the Tarantino/LexG sense, you love film in the boring, elitist, smug, CAUCASIAN Kenneth Turan sense.

  27. The novel is great, the trailer looks pretty good. I’m dreading a US version because they will neuter the NC-17 sensibilities of the novel/characters in order to make more money.

    I read that the movie avoids much of the Mikael B. character’s back story with the corporation that has sued him for libel and his eventual “resolution” with them but don’t know if it’s true. The Lisbeth character could be one of the more cinematically captivating characters in recent memory if they play it right.

    Ultimately it would have been great if this had been turned into a 6 hour series on HBO rather than a 2 hour film.

    Also, the last thread about the film someone said the novel never actually identifies Lisbeth’s mental ailment as Asperger’s Syndrome but Mikael does actually suggest that that is what she suffers from. Just clarifying. Reading is a good thing.

  28. I saw this recently, and I was shocked at how horrible the subtitles were: ludicrous grammar and spelling mistakes in almost every sentence. I just hope that for the upcoming US release, they got some native English speaker/writer to rewrite them.

  29. “And who has time to READ ANYWAY?”

    That’s what the subway is for. And while I haven’t read the novel of Dragon Tattoo yet, it is next in line with the books I have checked out of the library, right after “Brighton Rock” by Graham Greene and “A Very Private Gentleman” by Martin Booth, since both of those are being turned into movies (the remake of BRIGHTON ROCK and THE AMERICAN, respectively).

    That’s the practical answer, and I’d go into more, but I get enough of the “I’m a manly man! Reading is for pussies and girlie men!” attitude at work.

  30. LexG, dude. “Dragon Tatto” is #4 on the NYTIMES bestseller list. #6 on Amazon’s. The thing has been out for over a year.

  31. “Anyone know when the 2nd and 3rd movie in this series open in the US?”

    Jonathan, I recently read the second and third movies are due to be released in the US in July and August. Of course, if Dragon Tattoo doesn’t open wider than a few theaters who knows if they’ll release them at all.

    I have read the first two books and loved them both, I am eagerly awaiting the movie as the trailers look great, IMO. Noomi Rapace is exactly my vision of Salander.

  32. I read all three books and loved them, so I’m looking forward to this – if only to see Lisbeth personified. Also, as far as the best movies so far this year, I’d argue 1) Fish Tank, 2) Ghost Writer, and that’s about all that comes to mind as far as list-worthy flicks. And yes, I did see “Shutter Island” and it was pretty good.

    Lastly, anyone waiting for the 3rd book in the series to come out in the US, just go to the Amazon UK page and order it there – already out overseas. That’s what I did – couldn’t wait.

  33. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo film is great. It’s hardcore and pulpy to the max. I loved it. The second film, THE GIRL WHO PLAYED WITH FIRE is even better. Violent and nihilistic as hell. Lex is going to love these both. They will be completely fucked up and neutered by American studios. Lisbeth Salander is a punkish, bi-sexual computer hacker protagonist – and when I say bi-sexual, they actually show her having sex with women (naked sex!), unlike the American variation where it’s all talk and attitude.. She’s an awesome character. And, although, I don’t support unauthorized downloading of films, both films are readily available in DVD quality on the usual file sharing services. I only sought them out that way because I didn’t believe they would ever be released in their native versions over here and they weren’t available in subtitled DVDs from anywhere. Definite DVD buy for me when the are officially released. Looking forward to the third one.

  34. I’ve see this and I thought it was excellent, although it could have been tightened fractionally – some scenes went on slightly too long. (Though apparently the entire film is cut down from a longer mini series, so for the most part they director and editor did an astounding job.) The central characters, particularly Lisbeth, are rounded and intriguing. I have not read the novel, although the person I saw it with has and thought it was an excellent adaptation.

  35. PART 1:

    Here’s one insider opinion from Gothenburg, Sweden about this MEN WHO HATES WOMEN-film/story from a person who lives and works within the film industry both in Sweden and the USA. I went to film-school in the USA and here’s some tid-bits:

    IMO Well’s thoughts about TATTOO/DAVINCI seems right on the money — with the added social commentary element with the Lisbeth character — but this is typical of Swedish criminal-story writing.

    Comparing TATTOO to LAMBS seems to me preposterous. LAMBS is one of the greatest thrillers ever made and there’s nothing in the structure, character, style that can match — among others — Demme’s work and Harris’.

    IMO all contemporary Swedish criminal-story-novelists are pale imitators of the Maj Sjowall and Per Wahloo. Everything they did seems to strongly inform the lesser imitators of today. Have you seen THE LAUGHING POLICEMAN with Matthau? That’s the Sjowall/Wahlstrom-real deal story. If you want to see a sublime realistic thriller based on one of of Sjowall/Wahloo-books — maybe their masterpiece — with all the socio-thriller elements at their peak– IMO the best Swedish thriller ever made — get your hands on THE MAN ON THE ROOF by Bo Widerberg from 1976.

    Set-up: Following an extremely gruesome slaughter on a hospitalized defenseless old policeman a a great sniper armed with an array of high-powered rifles positions himself on one of the roofs smack in the centre of the city of Stockholm picking off every policeman on sight killing dozens. It’s like realistic DIE HARD and the city is trauamtized and the man on the roof seems prepared and able to handle anything the cops throw at him…

    Everything in this movie shines. It’s not for the faint of heart though.

    As a Swede who’s been living for years in both Sweden and the USA I must concur with many here who’s said that the foreign perspective do inform how we perceive a film. A film foreign to our own culture does seem better than it is. That has been my experience.

  36. PART 2:

    The author of the book, who sadly died shortly after finishing his third book and never saw the success his books created, was a heroic figure. He was editor of EXPO, a magazine who studied neo-nazis and fought against their anti-semtitic activities in Sweden with great honor. He was living a humble life he had bodyguards because of the constant threats to his life he received from neo-Nazis/anti-semites.

    Warning to my American friends — who are interested in buying the rights to the books in question — according to overwhelming evidence from many people (and personal experience also working with these people) the ZODIAK/YELLOWBIRD-companies that effectively control the rights to the TATTOO-trilogy or MILLENNIUM-trilogy as it is called here in Sweden — are absolute scoundrels with the worst rep in Swedish film history. I can write a novel of all their criminal deeds. They have, themselves showed, anti-semitic actions and words on many occasions.

    So it is especially ironic that they produce, control and produce work based on Stieg Larsson’s books — I know he’s spinning in his grave like whisker out of whack as I write this.

    I am speaking specifically of two persons: Mikael Wallen and Olle Langenius — the men behind the Zodiak-company.

    If you are interested in the rights to these books bring the big-gun lawyers with you and take no prisoners when you negotiate. I cannot stress this enough. These two men are among the most despicable men I’ve had the displeasure to come across and it’s a running joke throughout the Swedish film industry talking about all their criminal deeds.

    In the movie biz people are sometimes rough — some rougher — we all know that and toughness is a must to thrive — but these guys truly are a piece of work I’ll tell you…

  37. i average more than one film a day and this year have still managed to read a 700+ page Neil Young bio and am up to page 669 in the Complete Sherlock Holmes (approx 1300 pgs) and I used to read every issue of weekly variety for over 17 years but my subscription finally lapsed two weeks ago and I’ll be danged if I’m going to cough up a couple of hundred dollars to re-up for a year ,,,

  38. Those Swedish Zodiak guys sound like the Weinstein brothers. Without the anti-semitism thing. Ironically, when Harvey was still “Harvey,” he would have been first in line to buy the rights to the Larsson adaptations. It would have been interesting to see those sociopaths tangle with the Weinstein sociopaths. Thanks for the info on those guys – now I don’t feel so bad about downloading the films.

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