It did no good to cry, she had learned that early on. She had also learned that every time she tried to make someone aware of something in her life, the situation just got worse. Consequently it was up to her to solve her problems by herself, using whatever methods she deemed necessary.
" I think that the thing that’s ultimately so stunning about Stieg Larsson’s creation is that, I don’t think she’s a feminist creation. I think that she’s a humanist creation. I think that everything she’s talking about" - David Fincher
“Horrible things happen to her. And she wanders home. And she sits there. She lights a cigarette, and she fumes. And you don’t know what’s going on in her head. You don’t need her to say, ‘This is not right what’s happened to me, and I have to make it right.’ You see her at the hardware store, buying tape and zip ties and black ink.” David Fincher