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Unlocking DaVinci's Code (2004)

The link between DaVinci and Jesus Christ as revealed through his art.



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Centuries of conspiracy unmasked in this documentary! Discover the hidden meaning inside the greatest art in history as host Patrick MacNee reveals the secrets to the strange riddles and clues within the masterpieces of Leonardo DaVinci. Revealed for the first time ever on DVD, the controversial link between Jesus Christ, Mary Magdalene and Leonardo DaVinci. Explore the secret society that includes DaVinci, Sir Isaac Newton, Botticelli and Victor Hugo. Unlocking DaVinci's Code reveals the greatest mysteries of our time and the greatest secrets of our past. Written by Anonymous

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Release Date:

10 August 2004 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Spazontas ton kodika DaVinci  »

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AUD 150,000 (estimated)

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1.33 : 1
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Fiction from a Roman perspective
21 May 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Not that it was awful, it was just - useless. I saw lots of supposition about supposed traditions, which by the way, have little or no standing in real history. But of course, there could not have been any code in DaVinci's work unless it was put there from a much later time that knows about back masking and making something out of lots of gibberish nothings. It was VERY unfortunate that one with the credibility and class of Patrick McKnee was shouldered with the host position. The lack of class in production of the piece, the lack of accurate historical evidence and the lack of a clear line from the offered "evidence" to the conclusion (that there is a connection between DaVinci and a code secreted in his work, etc.) is very bad. It kills what little class McKnee lent to the piece and absolutely destroyed the credibility that was pleaded for by the author. In short, fiction is just that : fiction. Lies and made up "truth" are just that ; lies and made up "truth", no matter how nicely they are dressed. Do not waste your time, unless you enjoy fiction and like seeing supposed intellectuals posing as grown ups while they make utter fools of themselves. How terribly unfortunate.

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