The best-selling book, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, features the Vanger family, eccentric scions of a Swedish industrial dynasty. A lot of genealogy is involved in the book and in the movie versions as the story describes the relationships and experiences of a large family, including ancestors, descendants, siblings, cousins, aunts, and uncles. I had a chance to watch the original movie in Swedish with English subtitles and wrote about it more than three years ago in this newsletter at http://goo.gl/MMp1ll. The movie was later filmed in English with a different cast.
Pierre Clouthier of Progeny Genealogy apparently enjoyed the book and movie versions as much as I did. Since he owns a premier genealogy charting company, he decided to publish a descendant chart of the characters in the novel, using photos of the actors in the Oscar-winning 2011 (English-version) movie. The chart shows all the characters and their relationships. The relationships are taken from the book, which is slightly different from the movies.
While I saw the Swedish movie more than three years ago, my memory has faded a bit. I don't remember all the details. After looking at Pierre's charts and seeing faces from the English version of the movie that I never saw, I went to Amazon Prime and watched the newer, English version of the movie on my television set. I enjoyed the English version even more than I did the earlier Swedish version. I then went back and looked at Pierre Clouthier's charts and they made even more sense to me.
If you are a genealogist and if you read the book or watched either of the movies, you probably will enjoy looking at Pierre's charts (available in several formats) at http://progenygenealogy.com/products/family-tree-charts/sample-charts/girl-with-the-dragon-tattoo.aspx.