skype jonze’s review published on Letterboxd:
It's fascinating when you watch a film over 30 times and still manage to spot something new. I adore this film, and I adore the Behind the Scenes. I could write a book about this film. Even the weird 'Swedish English' accents fit. Even though the signs and the cheque are in Swedish yet the documents Lisbeth and Mikael read are in English is okay by me. The only thing that I dislike is that Harriet's story is changed in the end, unlike the story in the book and in the film version with Noomi (the Australia thing). However, this film is so perfectly filmed and edited that one has to turn a blind eye to some of those details. When I'm dead I will miss watching this film.
Also, Rooney eating fries is art in itself.