Director of US film "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo"
Director of Swedish film "The GIrl with the Dragon Tattoo"
Niels Arden Oplev
actor who plays Mikael Blomkvist in the Swedish version of the film
actor who plays Mikael Blomkvist in the American version of the film
actress who plays Lisbeth Salander in the Swedish version of the film
actress who plays Lisbeth Salander in the US version of the film
author of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
director of "Winter's Bone"
author of "Winter's Bone"
director of the 1932 film "Scarface"
director of the 1983 film "Scarface"
Brian De Palma
director of "Black Swan"
author/artist of "Persepolis"
co-director of "Persepolis" film
name of the main character in the Persepolis film and graphic novel
Marjane's uncle in "Persepolis," he was imprisoned by the Shah for his communist ideals but released after the revolution. Later he is executed.
the father character in Persepolis
the mother character in Persepolis
main character in Black Swan
the girl in Black Swan who becomes a foil to Natalie Portman's character
the director character in Black Swan
the mother character in Black Swan
the aging ballerina who Natalie Portman's character replaces in Black Swan
main male protagonist in "Girl with the Dragon Tattoo"
main female protagonist in "Girl with the Dragon Tattoo"
the man who hires Mikael in "Girl with the Dragon Tattoo"
the grand-niece of Henrik and the girl whose mystery they are trying to solve "girl with the dragon tattoo"
Harriet's brother and ultimately the one who is responsible for the murders "Girl with the Dragon tattoo"
Martin and Harriet's father in "Girl with the Dragon tattoo"
the corrupt corporate billionaire that Mikael goes after in "Girl with the dragon tattoo"
the Vanger who Mikael forms a romantic relationship with over the course of his investigation
one of Harriet's second cousins who lives/works in London. in "Girl with the dragon tattoo" book she is the only one who knows Harriet's secret
Salander's boss in "Girl With the Dragon Tattoo"
Mikael's lover who also works for Millenium in "Girl With the Dragon Tattoo"
the city in which the bulk of the narrative takes place in "Girl with the dragon tattoo"
the man who replace's Lisbeth's guardian and rapes her "Girl with the dragon tattoo"
the man initally suspected for the serial killings in "Girl With the Dragon Tattoo," Harriet's uncle/ a Nazi
main character in "Winter's Bone"
Ree's father in "Winter's Bone"
the relative who eventually ends up helping Ree in "Winter's Bone"
the local crime boss in "Winter's Bone"
wrote the screenplay for the 1983 version of "Scarface"
main character in de Palma's 1983 version of "Scarface"
Tony Montana, played by Al Pacino
the female love interest in de Palma's 1983 version of "Scarface"
Elvira, played by Michelle Pfeiffer
Tony's main buddy in de Palma's 1983 version of "Scarface"
Tony's sister in de Palma's 1983 version of "Scarface"
lead actor in Howard Hawk's 1932 version of "Scarface"
main character in Howard Hawk's 1932 version of "Scarface"
name of the girl that Tony falls for in the 1932 version of "Scarface"
name of Tony's sister in the 1932 version of "Scarface"
the three gangster films "Little Caesar," "The Public Enemy," and "Scarface" prompted the formation of what?
the Production Code Administration (ran from 1934 to 1961)
the producer of the 1932 film Scarface, who filed a lawsuit against censors and won
formulated the revised MPAA production code in 1930 and was heavily involved in censoring "Scarface"
The Hays Office
according to this essayist, Tony (Scarface, 1932) doesn't want cars, suits, and money. He wants a secretary, a telephone, and to be literate
Jonathan Munby (the enemy goes public)
wrote an essay about De Palma's Scarface in which he discusses artifice vs. reality, postmodernism, and the pastiche style of the film
Ronald Bogue (de palma's postmodern scarface and the simulacrum of class)