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While Hollywood is making its own movie adaptations of author Stieg Larsson’s best-selling Millennium Trilogy, the Swedish film versions of the novels — The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, The Girl Who Played With Fire and The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest — are available on DVD and Blu-ray. But a Stieg Larsson Dragon Tattoo Trilogy box set of all three films will be released by Music Box Films on Feb. 22, and Disc Dish is giving away three copies in high-definition Blu-ray.
The Swedish books have become an international phenomenon, and despite the subtitles, fans have embraced the foreign movies as excellent renditions of the thrilling stories. (Read our Dragon Tattoo DVD review.) The first movie, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, was just honored with the BAFTA award, the British equivalent of the Oscars, for Best Foreign-Language Film.
The trilogy box set will include all three R-rated films, plus an extra box with special features, including interviews, featurettes and a documentary about the late Larsson.
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This giveaway runs through midnight, Tuesday, Feb. 22, and the three winners will be chosen by Random.org and announced here on Feb. 23. NOTE: This contest is open only to U.S. residents