The film guide to Stockholm
"Film has dreams, film has music. No form of art transcends ordinary consciousness the way film does, delving straight into our emotions, deep into the twilight room of the soul.”
At this upscale address on Södermalm with a view of Djurgården and Gamla Stan, Lisbeth Salander buys an apartment with 21 rooms, of which she occupies only three. The name on the door is “V. Kulla”, in a nod to “Villa Villekulla”, home of the children’s book character Pippi Longstocking.