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Cinema Paradiso

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Cinema Paradiso

P.O. Box 323

Brentford, Greater London,TW8 9WQ

United Kingdom

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Cinema Paradiso provides you with an opportunity to earn your membership fee by introducing your friends to the service. Each friend that subscribes to our service and becomes a full paying member will earn you 1/6 of your monthly membership fee each month the...more

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Rent The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest (aka Luftslottet som sprängdes) (2009) film | CinemaParadiso.co.uk

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Under police guard in hospital, Lisbeth Salander (Noomi Rapace) is charged with murder and awaits the trial that has the country gripped.
It shows Lisbeth Salander ('The Girl', played by Noomi Rapace) arrested for three murders, but recovering in hospital from her ordeal at the end of the previous film. While it is complex, it provides a satisfying ending to the trilogy as her abusive father and assorted other baddies reach a suitably sticky end, including the psychiatrist who held her captive and abused her in a mental hospital at the age of 12. For some twisted reason, the Swedish authorities are hell-bent on locking Lisbeth up and silencing her forever. How can Lisbeth - a 24-year-old Goth expert hacker for a security firm - be such a threat to them? Stieg Larsson's antithesis for a heroine, Lisbeth Salander, is a phenomenon. Because of Noomi Rapace's self-possessed, smart, and tough portrayal of Lisbeth from the opening salvo, 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo', she has become one of the most celebrated contemporary fictional characters to date. Lisbeth Salander will have her Hollywood reincarnation in a David Fincher film set for release this year. There's nothing like Lisbeth Salander: a stoic yet curious bisexual woman with a photographic memory and a huge dragon tattoo on her back in Goth punk gear who won't take crap from anyone. In 'The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest', Lisbeth may be in a hospital bed half of the time, but you see her strength, her desire to heal and to prove her accusers wrong. The film is rife with mysteries, conspiracies, and bad guys; the thriller and crime drama aspects are played well on screen. You'd root for Lisbeth and Blomkvist to take them all down, all the way down.


Rent The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest (aka Luftslottet som sprängdes) (2009) film | CinemaParadiso.co.uk

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Under police guard in hospital, Lisbeth Salander (Noomi Rapace) is charged with murder and awaits the trial that has the country gripped.
It shows Lisbeth Salander ('The Girl', played by Noomi Rapace) arrested for three murders, but recovering in hospital from her ordeal at the end of the previous film. While it is complex, it provides a satisfying ending to the trilogy as her abusive father and assorted other baddies reach a suitably sticky end, including the psychiatrist who held her captive and abused her in a mental hospital at the age of 12. For some twisted reason, the Swedish authorities are hell-bent on locking Lisbeth up and silencing her forever. How can Lisbeth â€" a 24-year-old Goth expert hacker for a security firm â€" be such a threat to them? Stieg Larsson’s antithesis for a heroine, Lisbeth Salander, is a phenomenon. Because of Noomi Rapace’s self-possessed, smart, and tough portrayal of Lisbeth from the opening salvo, ‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’, she has become one of the most celebrated contemporary fictional characters to date. Lisbeth Salander will have her Hollywood reincarnation in a David Fincher film set for release this year. There’s nothing like Lisbeth Salander: a stoic yet curious bisexual woman with a photographic memory and a huge dragon tattoo on her back in Goth punk gear who won’t take crap from anyone. In ‘The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest’, Lisbeth may be in a hospital bed half of the time, but you see her strength, her desire to heal and to prove her accusers wrong. The film is rife with mysteries, conspiracies, and bad guys; the thriller and crime drama aspects are played well on screen. You’d root for Lisbeth and Blomkvist to take them all down, all the way down.


Rent The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest (aka Luftslottet som sprängdes) on Blu-ray - CinemaParadiso.co.uk

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Under police guard in hospital, Lisbeth Salander (Noomi Rapace) is charged with murder and awaits the trial that has the country gripped.
Under police guard in hospital, Lisbeth Salander (Noomi Rapace) is charged with murder and awaits the trial that has the country gripped. It shows Lisbeth Salander ('The Girl', played by Noomi Rapace) arrested for three murders, but recovering in hospital from her ordeal at the end of the previous film. While it is complex, it provides a satisfying ending to the trilogy as her abusive father and assorted other baddies reach a suitably sticky end, including the psychiatrist who held her captive and abused her in a mental hospital at the age of 12. For some twisted reason, the Swedish authorities are hell-bent on locking Lisbeth up and silencing her forever. How can Lisbeth â€" a 24-year-old Goth expert hacker for a security firm â€" be such a threat to them? Stieg Larsson’s antithesis for a heroine, Lisbeth Salander, is a phenomenon. Because of Noomi Rapace’s self-possessed, smart, and tough portrayal of Lisbeth from the opening salvo, ‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’, she has become one of the most celebrated contemporary fictional characters to date. Lisbeth Salander will have her Hollywood reincarnation in a David Fincher film set for release this year. There’s nothing like Lisbeth Salander: a stoic yet curious bisexual woman with a photographic memory and a huge dragon tattoo on her back in Goth punk gear who won’t take crap from anyone. In ‘The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest’, Lisbeth may be in a hospital bed half of the time, but you see her strength, her desire to heal and to prove her accusers wrong. The film is rife with mysteries, conspiracies, and bad guys; the thriller and crime drama aspects are played well on screen. You’d root for Lisbeth and Blomkvist to take them all down, all the way down.


Rent The Girl Who Played with Fire (aka Flickan som lekte med elden) (2009) film | CinemaParadiso.co.uk

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In the first film the story of the disturbing events which shaped the main character ('The Girl', Lisbeth Salander, played by Noomi Rapace) was in the background.
The main protagonist, Lisbeth Salander (Noomi Repace), becomes suspected of a triple murder involving a journalist, his girlfriend and Salander's guardian Bjurman. Moreover, the past of Lisbeth Salander is rightly revealed allowing the audience to know her sensitive side. he movie follows a sex trafficking crime, which Blomkvist is investigating. However, this is only depicted marginally as the movie mainly revolves around Salander and evidences linking her to the murder.


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