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An worldwide co-production in between the United Kingdom, United States, Sweden, as well as additionally Japan; the film stars Michael Fassbender, Rebecca Ferguson, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Val Kilmer, as well as J. K. Simmons, as well as additionally complies with an investigatory that searches for a serial amazing that uses snowmen as his calling card.

Principal electronic photography began on 18 January 2016 in Norway, prior to moving to London as well as Sweden. The film premiered on 7 October 2017 at the Haifa International Film Festival, as well as was theatrically released by Universal Pictures, on 13 October 2017 in the United Kingdom as well as additionally 20 October 2017 in the United States. The film was a box office bomb, making $43 million around the world versus a $35 million budget strategy, as well as additionally it was thoroughly panned by skeptics, that called it “clichéd and uninvolving.” Alfredson in the future connected a lot of the film's difficulties to the film's rushed manufacturing schedule.

At a remote cabin amongst significant snowfall, a woman deals with a ruthless person called Jonas specifying she is mosting likely to educate his partner concerning their void kid. The kid hears this when he returns from constructing a snowman. Jonas leaves angrily in his car. The woman and her kid pursue him, but lose him in the snow. She lets go of the steering wheel, causing the vehicle to drive off the road onto a frozen lake. The boy manages to escape from the sinking auto, but the lady stays inside in an apparent suicide.

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Harry Hole is a brilliant but troubled inspector with the Norwegian Police Service's Oslo district, struggling with the aftermath of his break-up with his girlfriend Rakel and her new relationship with Mathias, a renowned surgeon. Harry was very close to her child Oleg, who is unaware that Harry is his biological father. Oleg mentions, on an outing with Harry, that his mother (Rakel) refused to let him search for his father. Harry receives a mysterious letter signed with the drawing of a snowman and is paired with a brilliant new recruit, Katrine Bratt. The two are assigned to a missing person case of Birte Becker, who vanished from her house after being followed home by a red Volvo.

The police receive a report of another missing female named Sylvia Otterson. When Harry as well as Katrine travel to her farmhouse to investigate, they find her alive and well. They brush the report off as a prank call and leave, however shortly thereafter a figure wearing a black ski mask stalks as well as kills Sylvia outside her house, using an engine powered wire fastening harness to decapitate her. Harry receives another call about Otterson, and returning to the farmhouse comes face-to-face with her identical twin sister Ane. They search the property and find Sylvia's beheaded corpse inside her barn, and her head atop a snowman inside an empty storage tank.

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CAST

  • Michael Fassbender as Detective Harry Hole
  • Rebecca Ferguson as Katrine Bratt
  • Charlotte Gainsbourg as Rakel Fauke
  • Val Kilmer as Gert Rafto
  • J. K. Simmons as Arve Støp
  • Toby Jones as Investigator Svenson
  • David Dencik as Idar Vetlesen
  • Ronan Vibert as DCI Gunnar Hagen
  • Chloë Sevigny as Sylvia Ottersen/Ane Pedersen
  • James D'Arcy as Filip Becker
  • Genevieve O'Reilly as Birte Becker
  • Peter Dalle as Jonas Lund-Helgesen
  • Jamie Clayton as Edda
  • Jakob Oftebro as Magnus Skarre
  • Jonas Karlsson as Mathias Lund-Helgesen
  • Silvia Busuioc as Beautiful Girl
  • Michael Yates as Oleg Fauke-Gosev
  • Alec Newman as Mould Man
  • Jeté Laurence as Josephine Becker
  • Sofia Helin as boys mom
  • Jo Nesbø (the writer of the novel on which the film is based) was supposed to have a small cameo, however, his scenes were cut.

Principal photography on the film commenced on 18 January 2016 in Oslo, Norway. Fassbender was spotted on set on 21 January, in the Barcode area of Oslo, shooting a scene on the tram. A large scene depicting a party, which required over 300 extras, was shot in Oslo City Hall on 5 February. Production moved to Rjukan on 9 February, as well as also to Bergen on 23 February. Filming in Bergen including scenes on the mountain of Ulriken, Bryggen, as well as also the Skansen fire station. Production moved back to Oslo for the remainder of filming, in mid-March. This included scenes at Restaurant Schrøder, where Harry Hole is a regular in the novel series. Filming also took place in Drammen, as well as also on the Atlantic Ocean Road, as well as also ended on 1 April 2016.

Reshoots as well as additionally additional shooting occurred in Norway throughout the spring of 2017.

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