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The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest (2009) More at IMDbPro »Luftslottet som sprängdes (original title)

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A rape scene is shown on video with no nudity displayed.

A character is later on arrested for possessing child porn on his computer--scantily-dressed women are shown on screen, with some bare breasts.

Part of a woman's bare buttocks are shown.

7/10 One man is shot in the head, another commits suicide by shooting himself. R

There is a struggle between a main character and a man carrying a gun, but no one is hurt.PG

Using a nail gun, Lisbeth nails the feet of a man to the floor in a barn, so that he will not be able to escape the police.

A man is shot to death offscreen. PG-13

Earlier in the film, a man brutally beats and kills a member of a motorcycle gang. He also kidnaps, ties up, and beats a woman. PG-13 (Intense)


"Christ" is abused 5 times; "God" is used as a curse word twice; the 's' word crops up multiple times, as does the 'f' word.


Smoking and drinking are shown throughout the film.

Drugs are planted in Mikael's house to incriminate him.


Erika Berger, Mikael's co-worker and part-time lover, is sent hate emails in order to get Mikael to stop the investigation. One night, while she is lying in bed, someone hurls a rock through her window. It is an especially frightening moment in the film because it comes so suddenly.

Rated R for strong violence, some sexual material, and brief language

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