Christopher Plummer, the revered Canadian actor who launched a stage career and later became an…
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The broad strokes of the sultry dragon tattoo on the slender shoulder of Lisbeth heaves and sighs as the atmosphere becomes suffocating. The smoke hangs in the air from all the tensed cigarettes burnt, the black tar lying as a heap, reminiscent of the hearts that collide in the snow laden island in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
At the running length of 157 mins, Michael Mann has engineered one of the flawless films that exponentially raise the tension with every passing second. Each frame is impeccably placed; every cut seems to be a masterstroke; every character seems to have born to play that respective part. Like, Wigand’s attorney bawling on other attorney who constantly interrupts him during questioning to Wigand in Kentucky Court.