Nothing could have prepared me for the movie "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo." I saw it because I recall several men reading that book in the past and I wanted to see what all the hype was about.
The movie is basically a feminist manifesto on steroids. Three of the four principle male characters were either rapists, killers, or both. The forth male character was the one "good" man who was still deeply flawed due to infidelity issues.
The entire premise of the movie was Lisbeth Salander's (pictured at right) victimization at the hands of men and her lashing out to torture them, and kill them in furtherance of solving a mystery. Of course she was depicted as extremely intelligent, far more so than all the male experts that previously failed.
So, finally white America now has its "The Color Purple" epic that teaches young women that men are morally inferior so whatever you do to them is justified.
Per the Wikipedia account below, I was surprised to learn that the author of that book is a man who died in 2004:
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (original title in Swedish: Män som hatar kvinnor – "Men Who Hate Women") is an award-winning crime novel by Swedish author and journalist Stieg Larsson. It is the first book in the trilogy known as the "Millennium series".
At his death in November 2004, Larsson left the three unpublished novels that make up the trilogy. They became posthumous best-sellers in several European countries as well as in the United States. Larsson witnessed the gang rape of a young girl when he was 15. He never forgave himself for failing to help the girl, whose name was Lisbeth – like the young main character of his books, herself a rape victim, which inspired the theme of sexual violence against women in his books.
May he burn in hell for making that movie.......