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A "moody psychodrama of a Bergman movie." Sweden, it appears, has been branded as a particular kind dark, cold, and populated by deeply troubled individuals. In fact, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo departs from these paradigmatic descriptors of Swedish locations and their cultural