Lone Wolves & Dragon Tattoos : How Scandinavian Crime Fiction Conquered The World
Lone Wolves & Dragon Tattoos : How Scandinavian Crime Fiction Conquered The World 
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With Stieg Larsson’s Millennium Trilogy topping the bestseller lists, Scandinavian crime fiction has never been hotter. Characters like Henning Mankell’s Detective Kurt Wallander and Norway’s famous private investigator Varg Veum are riding the wave of Stieg Larsson’s success. Lone Wolves & Dragon Tattoos traces the evolution of Nordic crime fiction, from the Martin Beck novels of the 1960s straight through to the worldwide phenomenon of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. Viewers take an incredible journey - from a tour of Stockholm, Sweden visiting locations featured in the Millennium books and films to Albuquerque, New Mexico for a meeting with Stieg Larsson’s American translator. Go behind the scenes with some of Scandinavia’s biggest stars: actors Krister Henriksson (Kurt Wallander), Peter Haber (Martin Beck, Martin Vanger in The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo) and Trond Espen Seim (Varg Veum), authors Henning Mankell (Wallander), Gunnar Staalesen (Varg Veum) and Maj Sjöwall (Martin Beck) - plus the producers who introduced both Lisbeth Salander and Kurt Wallander to film and TV audiences worldwide.

SKU SKU16420
FOR USE IN U.S. DVD PLAYERS: Region Code 1 - For use in all U.S. DVD Players
Format: 16:9 Anamorphic
Running Time: 95 Min.
Discs: 1 DVD
Country of Origin: USA
Language: English
Bonus Features: Trailers and Deleted Scenes
Production Date: 2011
DVD Release Date: 2011
UPC Code: 815047014206


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