mercredi 9 novembre 2016

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo — An intrigue of an impressive perfection — 10*/10

  • Overall: A brain warper. It will transport you in its world with disarming ease.
  • Who is it for? An absolute must for anyone who isn't too emotionally sensitive.
  • Synopsis & information
  • Known actors: Noomi Rapace.
  • Setting: Sweden.
  • Style: Intrigue and investigation with strong psychological drama.
  • Pacing: Slow, a perfect stew, right until its culmination.
  • Intro: The setup is quick, everything is put into place right away.
  • Story: Full of details and very psychological. The perfection of this film is in the way the intrigue develops. Each discovery is natural, realistic and very organic. It doesn't feel forced and each time it draws you in more until you're unable to move away, transfixed by the easy flow of events. The mood is absolutely entrancing. Perfect.
  • Ending: Surprising, strong. Perfect.
  • Epilogue: I normally hate epilogues, this one is so well done that it absolutely needs to be there.
  • Dialogs: Great, although, with subtitles, it can be difficult to judge.
  • Characters: Awe inspiring. Incredible depth, extremely well detailed and full of life, or the lack of it.
  • Acting: Powerful. Hypnotic. Perfect.
  • Visuals: Strong, slick, simple, perfect.
  • Special Effects
  • Camera Work
  • Afterthoughts: Even knowing the intrigue, it's still amazing to watch. It's that good. Thoroughly entertained, especially on an intellectual level.

I recommend watching the second chapter too (read my review here).