2012 / 84 minutes
From the producers of the Millennium Trilogy and Wallander comes a series of new Scandinavian crime films based on Liza Marklund's worldwide best-selling novels Nobel's Last Will, Studio Sex, Prime Time, The Red Wolf, Lifetime and A Place in the Sun.
2007 / 4 stars / 133 minutes
This adventure saga follows Swedish son of nobility Arn Magnusson from his monastic education to his return to the family to help fight for the crown.
2010 / 84 minutes
Adapted from the "Crusades Trilogy" by Jan Guillo, this epic tale of daring knights and ferocious battles focuses on the Swedish crusader Arn. With his true love Cecilia sent to a convent, Arn travels to the Holy Land to fight for Christendom.
2011 / 4 stars / 86 minutes
This fascinating documentary follows the battle between a couple of Swedish filmmakers and the Dole Food Company, which conducted a legal and publicity campaign against them to prevent the showing of their film about a lawsuit against the company.
2011 / 92 minutes
From 1967 to '75, a film crew aimed cameras at major figures in the Black Power movement, creating hours of footage that remained unreleased for decades. In clips, Stokely Carmichael, Huey P. Newton and Angela Davis discuss the movement's evolution.
2006 / 91 minutes
Mysteriously deposited in a perfectly serene but colorless city where every need is met, Andreas soon realizes that not even a new lover can change the sterile banality drowning him. Is this placid life a dream come true or an inescapable hell?
2008 / 3.6 stars / 89 minutes
Filmmaker Anders Østergaard's Oscar-nominated documentary profiles the courageous efforts of a renegade band of Burmese reporters (aka the Burma VJs) who -- in the face of a repressive regime and media censorship -- refuse to be silenced.
2012 / 2.9 stars / 134 minutes
The underage prostitution scandal that rocked Sweden's government in 1976 serves as the inspiration for this political thriller.
2012 / 3.5 stars / 92 minutes
This moving drama depicts the sinking of an Icelandic fishing boat and the crewman who swam six hours through frigid, roiling waters to reach safety.
2004 / 3 stars / 170 minutes
When a mysterious woman claims she's being chased by hoodlums and needs a place to hide out, the residents of Dogville come to her rescue. But she must prove herself worthy of the privilege -- and win the trust of everyone in town.
2010 / 84 minutes
Based on Stieg Larsson's best-selling novels, this gripping trilogy follows computer hacker Lisbeth Salander, starting with her investigation into a 40-year-old cold case and ending with a court case involving murder and government conspiracy.
2010 / 3.7 stars / 125 minutes
Three criminals' lives collide as they try to make it big, with a deadly chain of events initiated by an escaped crook battling the Serbian mob.
2000 / 3.2 stars / 84 minutes
A screenwriter summons his muse in the form of a memory as he sits down to write a script about a past affair. After Marianne appears to him and discusses his ideas for the story, she's transformed into the main character of the film he's writing.
2011 / 3.8 stars / 125 minutes
A top Stockholm detective is drafted to investigate the disappearance of a cop, prompting resentment from a local officer, who already has a suspect.
2007 / 101 minutes
Although her strict father expects her to study medicine, Aicha won't be deterred from training to become a skilled kung fu fighter. But in the process of building up her strength with a professional club, she unexpectedly falls for an adversary.
2008 / 136 minutes
This fact-based drama explores the less-than-heroic side of World War II Danish Resistance fighters Flame and Citron, who, after taking orders from a Resistance leader, systematically assassinated Danish collaborators and Nazi officers.
2009 / 147 minutes
The third in the original trio of films inspired by author Stieg Larsson's "Millennium Trilogy," this thriller follows feisty computer hacker Lisbeth Salander as she finds herself hospitalized, suspected of murder and targeted for death by thugs.
2009 / 129 minutes
Hacker Lisbeth Salander becomes the prime suspect when two journalists die after magazine publisher Mikael Blomkvist launches an expose of the Swedish sex trade, so the vampiric Salander vanishes as Blomkvist digs deep into a possible conspiracy.
2009 / 153 minutes
A journalist and a rebellious computer hacker team up to investigate the unsolved disappearance of wealthy Henrik Vanger's niece, only to uncover dark secrets about Vanger's powerful family in this adaptation of the bestseller by Stieg Larsson.
2007 / 84 minutes
A young man (Trond Fausa Aurvaag) is thrown for a loop when a beautiful woman (Marian Saastad Ottesen) randomly shows up at his apartment one day. After a series of unannounced visits, she decides to move in with him. Considering his options, the man determines that his best course of action is to go with the flow. Thus begins a period of chaos, when his routines and expectations on how to conduct a relationship are turned upside down.
2011 / 4 stars / 96 minutes
A corporate recruiter steals artwork to maintain his lavish lifestyle. But one painting he targets belongs to a headhunter of a different kind.
2008 / 95 minutes
When a dinner party conversation turns to the topic of infidelity, surprising revelations and unsettling questions emerge, and the marriages of two happy couples become increasingly compromised by doubt and distrust. Is unfaithfulness a forgivable response to temptation or an unpardonable offense? Jakob Eklund, Maria Lundqvist, Mikael Persbrandt and Lena Endre star in this provocative drama from director Simon Staho.
2012 / 3.5 stars / 103 minutes
Tension mounts when a Danish cargo ship bound for harbor is hijacked by Somali pirates and held for a hefty ransom in the millions.
2006 / 3.6 stars / 113 minutes
After years as a cop in Stockholm, Eric returns home to his small village, where a case involving slaughtered reindeer catches his attention.