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The Bellinghman
Date: 2010-12-06 17:02
Subject: Too much Swedish drama?
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I think I may have watched a touch too much subtitled Swedish drama yesterday. Well, I did watch Wallander (the first episode 'Innan frosten'), and then 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' (the original film, not any remake), for a total of well over three hours.

One thing that amused me in the film was spotting an actress - Lena Endre - whom I'm used to seeing as playing a major character in the second series of Wallander.

And also, in the first series of Wallander, another regular character (Stefan Lindman) is played by Ola Rapace - husband of Noomi Rapace, eponymous star of the film.
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User: vatine
Date: 2010-12-06 19:47 (UTC)
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There's been a "let us two divorce" paper handed in to the relevant authority, back in September. That means that unless it's one party fighting tooth and nail to keep them married and the other going "bollocks that for a game of soldiers", they'll most probably be divorced by now (this, admittedly, coloured by my own experiences of being a child of two splits, where the actual legal wrangling "to separate" was pretty quick, but the bits catering to "custody" was a bit longer-drawn the second time).
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The Bellinghman
User: bellinghman
Date: 2010-12-07 09:38 (UTC)
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As someone who has been divorced, the process can sometimes take a long time simply because neither side feels like paying the filing fees quite yet.

But if the papers have been filed, then I agree, it's probably quite quick.
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User: vatine
Date: 2010-12-07 13:04 (UTC)
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IIRC, there is an inherent 1-year delay in the UK, no matter if both parties agree or not.
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