COLD PLACE: Blackeberg, a suburb of Stockholm, Sweden.
A sharply observed coming-of-age drama. A tender romance. A smartly told vampire story. Let the Right One In is all of those things. The Norwegian tale, directed by Tomas Alfredson (whose next film was the critically praised Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy), follows the awkward but lovely romance that grows between a shy and introverted 12-year-old boy and a mysterious girl who moves into a next-door apartment. The cold winter nights lines that drape a Stockholm suburb provide the perfect backdrop for this must-see oddity.
WHERE THESE SCENES WERE SHOT: Luleå, a seaside city on the north coast of Sweden.
OTHER “COLD” MOVIES FEATURING FROST-RESISTANT VAMPIRES: 30 Days of Night
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