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Noomi Rapace has a little problem

09 March 2012  |  Written by Phil de Semlyen  

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Noomi Rapace is no stranger to intense scenarios. She's battered rapists, crossed swords with Moriarty and will soon be struggling with the infinite in Ridley Scott's latest. There's no respite for the Swedish actress in Norwegian horror-thriller Babycall either. The film has a new trailer, which you can watch with your eyes below.



Things have been looking pretty rosy for Rapace since The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. The actress has taken the plunge into holiday tentpoles (Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows) and seems to have segued effortlessly into massively-anticipated cerebral sci-fi (Prometheus) too.

Here she's back on Scandinavian soil in a horror-thriller that's got a familiar, um, Ring to it. Shoddy punning aside, the former Lisbeth Salander is a single mum who tries to get her 8 year-old son as far away from her violent husband as possible. Unfortunately, her secret Oslo bolt-hole is haunted by a rogue baby monitor that pipes the tormented cries of a small child from somewhere in the building.

But is it real or all in her head? Or, failing that, a mewling xenomorphic that took a wrong turn on LV-426? Find out when it gets its theatrical release on March 30. 


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