N oomi Rapace found glory all over the world by playing the fearless Lisbeth Salander in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Trilogy. Millennium-based thriller films are now a decade behind Swedish actress Michael Fasbender, Glenn Close, Tom Hardy and Will Smith in Hollywood Blockbusters. Still, Rapatte says, the battle spirit of the character of the late Stig Larson's hit novels continues to burn in it.
"Stig would have been so upset today," she said. "It would be balise for everything that's going on. I think I know that.
Rapas told the observer that if the novelist is alive, she believes she will fight the "terrible" international events and new threats to feminism, so she feels responsible. "He believed he helped women and showed how they were really strong. If he knew about the new abortion laws in the United States, he would have been angry. He was a man who opposed all this. "
When new abortion limitations affect Luisiana's condition, Rapas works in New Orleans. ̵
"Things are slowly changing, but I struggled with this structure, the way actresses have been sexually sexed since I started acting, not only after #MeToo, not just on the screen, but in the industry as well. I try not to become a "sweet object." I fight everyday, I want to be a mirror to the screen world instead. " More of the film roles offered to women, says Rapas, must be "raw," not just "polished and sexy." The display of women who take control of their own lives is also important to her: "No we can wait for things to happen, we need our own oxygen, I think it's also important not to see yourself as a victim, and give power when you do that. "
The Captor in the US as Stockholm ) is a dark comic thriller starring Ethan Hawk, who follows the real-life story of Shv dska banking operation in 1973, which bore the psychological term Stockholm syndrome. The term describes how a prisoner can begin to identify and even take care of his kidnapper – something that happens to her character, Bianca.
"This is a state that is universal," said Rapas. "It's happening everywhere around us. I have a girlfriend who has just been left with a man who is abusing her. It was like a damaging dose of Stockholm syndrome. This also happens in a wider world when someone in power is persuasive or charming, although it is not good for you. We often lose a little, but we have to listen to who we are actually. "
The bank attack and its consequences are taught in schools in Sweden, and Rapat sees it as a moment when the country loses its innocence:" By then it had been a very virgin place. It was awakening and a story I was fascinated with. "
She is always political, she admits, whether openly or doing something" secret ":" Everything I do, even creating my unisex perfume, is based on my policy. But this is a difficult balance because I try not to be a celebrity. I do not want people to know too much about me. I want the audience to forget who I am when I act. "
Producers are happy to change the gender of a leading role in attracting Rapp to part and she is encouraged that this happens more often. She also sees it as a kind of creative bridge between contrasting show business worlds in Europe and Hollywood: "Actually, I often feel like I'm a bridge in many areas of life, back to growing up and dealing with parents in disputes. It's about survival and adaptation .
The idea of appearing in another comedy appeals to her, although she said she would still rule out an orthodox storyline on Roma.
"I want to work more for women," she said. Close The last movie I made with my friend, director Vicki Jason, was a female bodyguard. We are now working on a second project. It was put back in the 1970s, an era I love, and it's about Sylvia Rafael, a Mossad agent involved in the Lillehammer affair. Rapace lives in London and says he now feels more English than Swedish. "I love this country There are many strange things going on in the world, but we have to remember that we are all a tribe and that we have to have our backs." If we do not help people, they will come back, "she said. is a smart city I feel more at home here I even cry when I get back to London There is a place for everything in this city This is a divine mix – a mini version of the rest of the world If it can work here it can work anywhere .