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- The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Man som hatar kvinnor) 
- The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo 
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Before there was The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo with Daniel Craig and Rooney Mara, there was The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Man som hatar kvinnor), a 2010 Swedish movie with English subtitles. As good of a reception as the American version is getting, many people really liked the original movie.
You can make your own judgement by renting the English subtitled version of the movie from Amazon Instant Video. A 3-day rental is just $2.99, and if you're an Amazon Prime member, you can watch it for free!
If streaming isn't your thing, you can also purchase the movie on DVD and Blu-ray from Amazon, you can rent it from Netflix as well. As an added bonus, when you buy it on Blu-ray from Amazon right now, you'll get a $4 credit for Amazon Instant Video.
Awards season is coming, and the 2011 American version is sure to be recognized, and by seeing both versions, you can talk intelligently about both and impress your friends with your awareness!
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