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The Steve McQueen, to the right with Flynn, is a British director, producer and screenwriter. He won two academy awards for his 2013 12 Years a Slave.
Widows was a well-crafted production with several twists. Worth your while.
Stieg Larsson was a Swedish author who wrote three books in his Millennium series, all published posthumously from 2005. A decade later, 80 copies of the threesome had been sold. He died at the age 50 in 2004, and the cause was said to be eating processed foods and copious amounts of coffee. The Girl (...with the Dragon Tattoo, Who Played with Fire and Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest) in all his books is Lisbeth Salander, somewhat based on an awful experience when at the age of 15 he witnessed the gang-rape of an acquaintance named Lisbeth.
The Girl in the Spider's Web. I just mentioned Claire last month, and she has risen to now be among my favorite actresses. Will there be a 5th? Sure, for Lagercrantz has already published The Girl Who Takes an Eye for an Eye.
The Girl films are all Swedish noir, stylish, sexually provocative, daring and a challenge for reviewers. You'll either like it or not. They possibly will reflect your innermost thoughts.
I might add that, suddenly, there are now four ocean storms on the other side of this world: