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FILM REVIEW – Involuntary (De ofrivilliga)

By Marty Mulrooney

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Involuntary (De ofrivilliga) is an award-winning Swedish film directed by Ruben Östlund in 2008. Showcasing several parallel stories that at first appear totally unrelated, the overarching narrative deals with group behaviour in a darkly comedic manner. Involuntary is now showing in cinemas across the UK.

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FILM REVIEW – The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

By Joseph Viney

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What have the Swedes ever done for us, eh? Saunas, au pairs, Ulrika Jonsson, Henrik Larsson; what have they ever done for us?!

As far as the world of cinema goes, seems like they’ve hit an unsuspecting audience with a decent double whammy. Firstly, 2009’s crotch-grabbingly excellent Let The Right One In and now this year’s The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo.

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